Dollar General Motor Oil Not Safe For Most Vehicles, Suit Says

By Dani Meyer (December 18, 2015, 1:53 PM EST) -- Dollar General Corp. was hit with a proposed class action Thursday in California federal court accusing the retailer of selling obsolete motor oil that isn't suitable for most modern vehicles without giving customers sufficient warning about the potential damage it can cause to their cars.

David Sanchez purchased Dollar General's DG SAE 10W-30 motor oil on three separate occasions for his 1999 Honda Accord, but said the retailer only provides warning on the back of the container in small print about its unsuitability for engines built after 1988.

"Dollar General's entire line of low-cost motor oil is unsuitable for the modern-day...

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