1. What Role Does Oil Play in My Vehicle?

    Engine oil is a substance of a variety of base oils combined with additives. Its function in your vehicle is to minimize wear and tear on moving parts in your engine. Oil circulates frequently around your engines' combustion chamber keeping it cool by absorbing the heat. The result of oil collecting heat is, losing its original form and becoming thick and viscous. To avoid oil becoming noneffectiv…Read More

  2. DEF FAQs

    How do I store it? "Think of DEF like you would a gallon of milk. You wouldn't throw a gallon of milk in the bed of your truck, leave it there for months, and then drink it. Like milk, DEF is mostly water, so it requires a little extra care." DEF should be stored in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area, out of direct sunlight. The optimum storage temperature is up to 77 degrees Fahrenheit; however, t…Read More

  3. What is DEF?

    You may have noticed that there is an extra fill spout next to your diesel fuel cap or a new warning light on your dashboard. This is for your DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid). DEF is mixture of 32.5% formaldehyde-free low biuret urea (ammonia) and 67.5 % de-ionized water. Why is DEF important? DEF is not a fuel additive, because it does not and should not come into contact with your fuel directly. If y…Read More