Most people religiously schedule their oil changes every six months, regardless of the number of miles that were put on their vehicle. While this time frame might be beneficial for most vehicles due to daily driving, there are vehicles out there that aren't getting driven frequently at all. If you're driving less than 600 miles per month, you're considered to be a low-mileage driver. Oil changes won't be necessary every six months.

How can you tell when the oil should be changed if you're not driving much? You can do a quick swipe of your dipstick into the oil reservoir of your vehicle. The oil should come back golden in color, like the day it was put into your automobile. When the oil is turning black in color, this means that it's time for the oil to be replaced by CMA's Volvo Cars of Charlottesville.

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