For regular, petroleum based oil, every 3,000 miles, for synthetic oil every 7,500 miles.
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〉 Answered on Jan 1st, 2013 by Colleen McGee, Driving Instructor at Americas Driving School
In normal service areas, about 7K miles. Severe service about 5K.
〉 Answered on Jan 1st, 2013 by Jo An Holt, Automotive Journalist at Holt & Associates
Your vehicle's manufacturer will identify the schedule of maintenance for your vehicle. Most vehicles will require an oil change every 3-4,000 miles, however, you should consult your owner's manual, or check with the dealer for the specifics for your car/truck.
〉 Answered on Jan 1st, 2013 by Karen Salvaggio, Owner/ Editor Thunder Valley Racing and Professional Race Car Driver at Thunder Valley Racing
Rich, here in Minnesota, or colder norther climates it is recommended every 3,000 miles (conventional oil) as it is considered extreme conditions with the temperature fluctuations. A full synthetic oil can typically go about every 5,000 miles. I would refer to your owner's manual however, as the type of car and oil can cause a big variance. There are actually some cars that can go 10-20,000 miles between changes and some that will start burning oil if you too far beyond 3,000. If in doubt, find a local trusted shop and they can tell you based on your vehicle, oil type and driving conditions.
〉 Answered on Jan 1st, 2013 by Stephanie Gutierrez, Marketing Communications Coordinator at Victory Auto Service & Glass