i kinda assumed it was just a way for jiffy lube to get you back in the door, even if you don't drive much. but i also wondered if there was an argument for the oil magically breaking down quicker after 3 months. (don't really believe that) - that's why i created the thread.I have a question...what's up with the whole time frame '3 month' thing? Is that basically a rule of thumb that correlates with 3000 miles...like most folks travel 3k in 3 months? Or are there people out there that change at 3 months regardless if they traveled 1500 miles or 8000 miles? I have never heard of someone changing their oil based on a monthly clock.
DONT GO TO JIFFY LUBE!!! I worked there ya dont want to know what kinda crap they do.