Q: I have a 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T with a Hemi engine. I only have 30,000 miles on it. I take it to the dealer yearly for the state inspection and the mechanic wants to change the synthetic oil every year. What is your opinion on this? - J.F., Bensalem, Pa.
A: We have a hunch you don't drive this car much in the winter. It just sits in your garage where any contaminants in the oil may do damage. Yeah, synthetic oil is expensive, but it is a whole lot cheaper than internal engine work. Spend the money. Your car is worth it.
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