Facts About Oil Filters & Oil 

Motor oil is essentially the lifeblood of any car. The role of engine oil is to keep the moving parts of the engine lubricated, to protect them against rust corrosion, and with modern detergent oil additives to keep them free of sludge and general engine gunk. The purpose of the Oil Filter is to keep the oil clean. Oil is pumped through the filter and then distributed throughout the engine. The filter traps debris and particles that would damage the engine.

What is a Cabin Air Filter?

In simple terms, the cabin air filter is a part of the airconditioning system in your car that filters the air coming into the passenger "cabin". Do you ever get that "old gym sock" smell in your car? This is often caused by a dirty cabin air filter. Even if you don't get the smell, the filter may become clogged with pollen, dust, and other pollutants and not function properly. Cabin air filters help protect your health by improving The quality of the air you breathe while in your vehicle. These filters trap a broad range of microscopic particles,  harmful gasses and unpleasant odors to make the time in your car more pleasant. Regularly replacing your cabin filter can offer relief from  asthma, allergy and hay fever sufferers. In addition it helps protect the performance of your A/C system.