Exhaust Pros in Devils Lake, ND advertises Pennzoil and they buy there oil from Dakota Oil Company and they get Quaker State. They buy about 1,000 gallons of bulk oil. They carry 5w20 and 5w30 oil only and its all Quaker State. They advertise in their office that they sell Mobil, Cenex, Havoline conventional oil. If a customer comes in there and asks for mobil 5w30 conventional they say ok and its really Quaker State they put in the vehicles motor. They don’t carry regular Mobil, Cenec, Havoline oils. They carry Mobil 1 and Pennzoil Platnium full synthetic oils but not any other brands besides Shell Rotella for Diesels. So all the customers are baited and falsly advertised to. You are not getting the oil you asked for unless you buy a full synthetic oil change which 90% of customers don’t get. This is fraud and very wrong and the States Attorney General’s office has been contacted. So be warned, if you watch them when they change oil they have a air powered pump that makes alot of noise and that tank has all Quaker State in it, if they walk around towards the back they are getting it out of bulk steel containers that Dakota Oil puts Quaker State in. Watch and you will see them holding a big jug. Get your oil tested!!! It won’t come back as anything but Quaker State. I have heard and seen customers ask for 10w40 oil and they say ok, and they don’t even carry any 10w40 oil at all. So its nothing but lies. I hope everybody can spread this around. .
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