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19 Motor Oil Brands Now Banned In New Jersey


19 Motor Oil Brands Now Banned In New Jersey
Yesterday, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs announced it was banning the sale of 19 different motor oils in the state of New Jersey due to viscosity levels that do not match their bottles.

“These products therefore bare misleading labels that provide consumers with no way to know whether they are appropriate for specific vehicles,” Steve Lee, the acting Director of the Division of Consumer Affairs announced.

Lee said this decision is a matter of helping New Jerseyans keep money in their pockets.

“A lot of consumers are trying to save money and may not have a lot of money to begin with and are trying to still take care of their cars and are essentially being ripped off,” Lee added.

  • Show Comments (2)

  • Firdt Last

    banned by oil companies….lol

  • capitán_ camote_picante

    green screen?..
    0:46
    What about flat-tapett engines, these need pre-1980’s oil.

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