It also implies my motivation is coming from the idea that I know better - I 
don’t, nor do I profess to.  It’s more a matter of overcompensation and fiscal 
analysis on my part - Yes, the oil probably isn’t bad/worn/exhausted/sooted up 
at this point, but I want the peace of mind that the oil in my car is as clean 
and lubricious as possible, and I’m willing to spend a little extra for that 
assurance.

So it’s not a matter of, “I’m smarter than the guys who designed this to begin 
with.”

But thanks for suggesting it, Marshall.

<grin>



> On Sep 19, 2016, at 5:24 PM, Curt Raymond via Mercedes 
> <mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:
> By changing the oil more often you're saying "I know better than MB 
> engineers". Please submit proof that you know better than MB engineers.

> Boy that sounds like a Marshall post don't it?
> 
> 
> -Curt
> 


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