PQIA Issues a Don't Buy on MaxiGuard and a Consumer Alert on Auto Club™
The Petroleum Quality Institute of America (PQIA) issued a “Don’t Buy” on MaxiGuard Engine oil. According to PQIA, this oil can cause damage to passenger car engines. In addition to warning consumers about the dangers of this oil to car engines, PQIA also advises retailers to be aware of the issues PQIA has found with this brand.
The 10W-30 and 10W-40 engine oils tested not only fail to meet their labeled viscosity grades, PQIA says, their chemical signature, appearance, and odor strongly suggest these bottles contain used oil. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
While consumers may take comfort in its familiar sounding name, the Auto Club™ brand tested by PQIA suggests there is reason not to. The Petroleum Quality Institute of America issues Consumer Alerts on Auto Club™ engine oil and transmission fluid. CLICK HERE FOR MORE