Here's why you're having car problems, according to Pinoys

Pinoys are the best at diagnosing cars
Jul 5, 2017
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There's a reason why most people keep having car problems. For starters, years of non-stop use can cause wear and tear on your car. When you drive your car every day, critical engine parts experience high pressures that increase the risk of engine wear and oil oxidation. Because of this, older vehicles—especially those with a mileage of more than 100,000kms—need extra care to prolong the engine's life.

Here's the thing: Filipinos have a different explanation for that. After all, when it comes to diagnosing car troubles, no one can give a better conclusion than Pinoys. Here are some of the things you will hear from them when your car shows signs of crumble. Have you heard any of these before?

Times like these, you'll just have to laugh it off and make it a point to take better care of your car moving forward.

To help keep older vehicles going, Shell developed the new Shell Helix High Mileage, an engine oil that utilizes synthetic technology specifically formulated to protect high-mileage vehicles. It’s designed to provide up to 40% better wear protection, and helps prevent sludge and other damaging deposits for better performance. Shell Helix High Mileage also helps prevent leaks and reduces oil burn-off for less top-up. 

To fit every need, Shell developed two variants for Shell Helix High Mileage. Shell Helix High Mileage 10W-40 is designed for gasoline engines, while Shell Helix High Mileage 15W-50 is made for light-duty diesel engines, which comes in a thicker formulation.

Hang in there, old sport! To know more about the Shell Helix High Mileage, you may check this link or this one.


Visit your nearest Shell Helix Oil Change Plus or look for it in your favorite car shop or auto supply.

This article is created by Summit Storylabs in partnership with Shell.
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