National Geographic : 1913 Feb
Cold Weather and Bad Roads A combination you will meet often during the next two months. It will test your motor to the limit. Is your motor ready for the test? During cold weather the question of lubrication is vital. Many oils congeal, become "lumpy." You start your motor. For half an hour or so, until the oil becomes thoroughly heated, the motor gets practically no lubrication. That plays havoc with the cylinder walls. Texaco Motor Oil shows a zero cold test. It will not congeal at that temperature. During the coldest weather it will lubricateperfectly. When you use Texaco Motor Oil your motor delivers maximum power with minimum consumption. Tests of Texaco Motor Oil conducted during runs of 20,000 miles and more have shown an entire absence ofcarbon accumulation. Texaco Motor Oil should be your oil this winter. It is for sale in 1 and 5 gallon cans at Wheno n most good garages and supply shops. t onTO in For instructive and interesting 'booklet, 001W orI "Maintaining a Motor Car," address Dept. A., 11 Battery Place, N. Y . o THE TEXAS COMPANY 1 HOUSTON Branch oies: NEW YORK Boston St. Louis New Orleans Pueblo Philadelphia Norfolk Dallas Tulsa Chicago Atlanta El Paso "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."