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SOURCE Vesco Oil Corporation
SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Sept. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Industry leaders across the state are commending Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) for an alert highlighting the importance of using high-quality motor oil products in Michigan cars and trucks.
Schuette and MDARD drew praise for the September 12 consumer alert, designed to teach and educate consumers about motor oil, a critical component of every vehicle's engine.
"This is an industry moment for all of us," said Lena Epstein Koretzky, co-owner and general manager of marketing for the Southfield-based Vesco Oil Corporation. "Drawing attention to this issue helps to eliminate fraud and ensures that Michigan consumers across the state know exactly what they are putting into their vehicles. We strongly support the state's attention to this matter and encourage their continued work on this important topic."
RISKS CONSUMERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF
Labeling – Avoid buying off-the-shelf motor oil that does not display the following:
Appearance – New motor oil should be clear (see through) and not cloudy. New motor oil should be free flowing, and should not have any sediment
Cost – If an oil change costs substantially less than most other competitors, there is usually a reason.
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Vesco Oil Corporation – a family owned, Michigan-based total solution provider for the automotive and industrial communities, is one of the largest distributors in North America, and has been dedicated to serving its customers with honesty and integrity since 1947.
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