Why Is My Car Burning so Much Oil?

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The problem of a car burning so much oil is due to several reasons. It is common with engines that have endured so much wear and tear. It may also be due to a leak around the valve covers. Note that even new cars can burn oil if their engines are not maintained properly.
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