Last weeks theme was Sacrifice this week we give thanks!
This week is SUKKOT - It is an agricultural festival that originally was considered a thanksgiving for the fruit harvest.
Yes there is a hut, and it is ours!
This is the traditional place of eating for the week-long Jewish festival of Sukkot
What does it symbolize?
Commemorates the years that the Jews spent in the desert on their way to the Promised Land, and celebrates the way in which God protected them under difficult desert conditions.
Not forgetting Heritage month, we hope you all enjoyed the day off!
However this is such a special day because we get to show case our cultural heritage and be proud of where we come from.
This is a day to celebrate our differences as a rainbow nation and see how incredible it is to have so many different people with different backgrounds come together in peace and pride.
Days like these really highlight the great South African beauty.
Back to automotive…
We have a great thing going here at Start My Car, we do weekly product knowledge sessions with all the employees to up our game and be able to assist you in the best possible way
This week’s frequently asked question..
What is the difference between synthetic and regular oil and what one should I use?
Synthetic motor oil and regular motor oil both start off life as crude oil. However, synthetic motor oil has been refined and broken down to remove impurities. This improves its stability and also improves its lubrication qualities at higher and lower temperatures. Synthetic motor oil is a more costly choice. There are a few scenarios in which we recommend using synthetic motor oil, such as performance vehicle with a turbo and in some high mileage vehicles. Despite this, regular motor oil should not be looked down on. It does a wonderful job at protecting your vehicle's engine and keeps it running smoothly.
Reminder alert!!! -This is the LAST month to enter our competition to win a FORCE Tool Trolley worth R25 000! (Take the additional survey to gain 5 extra entries into the comp)
Until next week…