Quaker State to Reward Motorists with Cash Back for Holding Onto Their Vehicles Longer – UnderhoodService

Quaker State to Reward Motorists with Cash Back for Holding Onto Their Vehicles Longer

The Quaker State Cash Back Bonus Program is designed to reward consumers who use Quaker State Ultimate Durability full synthetic motor oil, Quaker State Enhanced Durability synthetic blend motor oil or Quaker State Higher Mileage Engine motor oil with the cash value of their vehicle when they reach 300,000 miles, subject to certain terms and conditions.

The makers of Quaker State, the motor oil well known for providing durable protection, are now giving motorists cash for using Quaker State and making their cars last. The Quaker State Cash Back Bonus Program is designed to reward consumers who use Quaker State Ultimate Durability full synthetic motor oil, Quaker State Enhanced Durability synthetic blend motor oil or Quaker State Higher Mileage Engine motor oil with the cash value of their vehicle when they reach 300,000 miles, subject to certain terms and conditions.  
 
The Quaker State Cash Back Bonus program is being released in conjunction with the updated Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program, one of the easiest to use, longest running and most comprehensive motor oil warranties available to motorists.  The new Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty is one of the first lubricant manufacturer programs that follows the vehicle makers’ recommended oil drain intervals.

“For over 20 years now, the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty has been one of the best motor oil warranty programs on the market. The tradition of being among the industry’s most innovative motor oil brands continues with the recent changes to the warranty program,” said Chris Hayek, Quaker State global brand manager. “People are keeping their vehicles longer to maximize the value of what may be their second largest investment, and the Cash Back Bonus is being introduced to provide a bonus to them for reaching 300,000 miles with the help of Quaker State specialty motor oil.”
 
As the average age of a vehicle on America’s roadways rises to over 10 years old (2010 R.L. Polk & Co. Study), more and more Americans are paying close attention to the costs for upkeep and mandatory maintenance of their vehicle. When Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty participants reach the impressive milestone of 300,000 miles, the Quaker State Cash Back Bonus rewards them with the Kelley Blue Book Trade-In Value for their vehicle as listed in “Good” condition a value of up to $3,000.  
 
“The new Quaker State Cash Back Bonus is designed to reward those motorists who view their vehicle’s mileage as a badge of honor,” said Hayek. “With the yearly cost of owning and operating a vehicle in the U.S. increasing more than 3 percent from last year, many consumers are looking for ways to help keep their vehicles running smoothly longer, as a way of saving instead of springing for a new vehicle.  We hope those consumers will use the bonus as an incentive to keep their high-mileage vehicles and maintain them using Quaker State specialty motor oils.”
 
The Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty protects 15 engine parts from lubricant-related failure and provides motorists’ vehicles with coverage for up to 10 years or 300,000 miles, whichever is first. The Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty is free to qualifying consumers who use Quaker State products. To qualify, consumers’ vehicles must have been manufactured within the last 72 months and have driven 75,000 miles or less at the time of enrollment. Qualifying consumers can enroll in the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program at www.quakerstate.com. (By state law, California residents are not required to register online.  California residents not registering online must comply with all other terms and conditions of the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty.  See www.quakerstate.com for detailed terms and conditions.)
 
To be eligible for the Cash Back Bonus, consumers must be eligible for and participate in the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program and use one of the Quaker State specialty motor oil products in the vehicle starting no later than the 100,000-mile mark.  Consumers will not be eligible for the Cash Back Bonus if they use Quaker State conventional motor oil at or beyond the 100,000 mile mark, unless they meet the requirements of the Grandfather Clause. (GRANDFATHER CLAUSE:  If you are an existing Quaker State motor oil customer registered for the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program as of June 1, 2011, you have the opportunity to be eligible for the Cash Back Bonus Program regardless of which type of Quaker State motor oil you use.)
 
Quaker State motor oils provide consistent protection over the life of the oil change cycle and are so durable that even after a full drain cycle, they still pass certain critical industry tests for wear protection, rust protection and viscosity retention. (Wear test Sequence IVA ASTM D6891; rust test ASTM D6557; viscosity test ASTM D445. Always follow the manufacturer’s recommendation for oil change intervals.) Quaker State is one of the first motor oil manufacturers to offer a warranty program that recommends following the manufacturers’ recommended oil drain intervals, a shift that is intended to provide consumers with more control in their maintenance schedules.
 
For more information about the Quaker State Lubrication Limited Warranty program, Cash Back Bonus Program and the full line of Quaker State products, visit www.quakerstate.com.

You May Also Like

It’s Got Spark!

Why can’t you trust some spark tests?

You have probably seen some reality TV shows where the “builder” will pull a spark plug wire to confirm they have spark. This is one of the most misleading tests for the ignition system. If the spark plug produces a spark, the spark is at 14.6 psi (normal air pressure at sea level), not 170 psi or more inside the cylinder during the top of the power stroke.

Diagnosing Intercooler Boost Trouble Code P0299

The criteria for setting the code is very basic.

Honda Electronic Throttle Body Service Tips

Using care and following OEM procedures will help you to avoid unnecessary parts replacement and comebacks.

Why Alternators Are Subject To Ripple Voltage

The alternator produces an AC current that must be converted into DC current by way of a rectifier.

Belts and Pulley Alignment

A misalignment of the plane of the belt can occur when a pulley is not parallel to the other pulleys on the belt drive system.

Other Posts

Diagnosing Misfires

What if there are no codes and a misfire is intermittent? This is where it gets complicated.

Lifter Deactivation

The area of contact between the lifters and cam lobes is the highest loaded surface inside an engine.

Alternator Testing For No Charge Conditions

Many alternator problems turn out to be nothing more than a bad connection at the alternator or a bad wiring harness.

Understanding Coolants

All-season coolant used inorganic acid technology and worked great for almost 30 years.