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Help ensure your commercial vehicle’s engine is running at peak performance by trusting your regular oil changes to the experts at Haugh Tirecraft Exeter. Whether you own a single commercial vehicle, or manage an entire fleet, our team has the resources to keep your vehicles on the road.
Commercial vehicles spend a lot of time on the road, which means the many parts the make up your vehicle’s engine spends a lot of time in motion. This motion causes friction when the parts rub up against each other, which—in turn—produces heat. Oil is designed to lubricate your vehicle’s engine while also absorbing heat—allowing your commercial vehicle’s engine to perform without overheating.
Over time, engine oil will break down causing it to be less effective at protecting a vehicle’s engine from heat and friction. By replacing a vehicle’s oil as part of its routine maintenance, it is possible to protect the engine from overheating, as well as catastrophic damage that could result in substantial future repair bills.
While regular oil changes are crucial for keeping commercial vehicles on the road, they also offer a number of additional potential benefits, including:
This can vary depending on the age, make, and purpose of your vehicle, however, a good general rule to follow is every 5,000km or 3 months—whichever comes first.
Beyond our exceptional service and expert staff, there are many reasons to choose Haugh Tirecraft Exeter to perform oil changes for your commercial vehicles, such as:
If it’s not practical to bring your fleet of vehicles to us, our experts can come to you. Once on-site, our service technicians can quickly and conveniently perform oil changes, as well as any other routine maintenance that is needed, all to your exact specifications.
At Haugh Tirecraft Exeter, it does not matter if you are the owner of a single commercial vehicle or the manager of an entire fleet; our experts provide the services you need to ensure your vehicles remain on the road, saving you money and preventing downtime.