Motor Oil Price Increase Discussion

There’s a great discussion going on over at Jobbers World about the bulk lubricant price increase that motor oil blenders recently announced, the fourth one this year. Is it really all about rising crude oil prices, especially now that crude oil prices have begun to fall (or at the least been stable)? Join the conversation.

UPDATE: More on the topic can be seen in this Lube Report article. Interesting times!

(This post written while listening to “Headed For A Heartbreak” by Winger. Memories of high school!)

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2 Responses to Motor Oil Price Increase Discussion

  1. We can't help controlling these things. I guess we have to set standards and limitations on when we'll just use oil.

  2. That is the common problem of car owners. Oil price keeps on rising and so as the prices on every items. So, people are working double time to earn more money.

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