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Old 1st March 2016, 22:29   #16
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Default Re: Oil change billing methods (Milliliters vs Liters)

I agree.
If a litre costs Rs 100 and they bill you Rs 10 for each 100 ml it makes no difference to you. Besides, this way you dont have to pay for an entire litre when your engines needs a fraction of it. Funnily, most engines need fractions like 3.7 or 4.3. Litres and when it is fully synthetic oil you save a fair bit due to 100 ml billing.
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