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VTNZ are trying to find some value-add for their business do you want fries with that? A lot of motorists would probably appreciate the extra option. I am not sure about waiting "at least an hour" for the oil to settle. It's not that critical that a few drops trapped here or there will make a noticeable difference.
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I don't like the idea of just dumping a litre in as a guess however, not unless they have some specific knowledge on the oil volumes in the particular model. Should be added gradually and then checked before adding more.
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Gents, you did read the final part where I mentioned that I checked the oil level afterwards and it is where it should be, right? And adding an extra 1L of oil into a tiny cc engine which likely tops up at 3. When the oil is hot I don't think there'd be that much difference in level after a few minutes drain down. The issue is whether the customer agreed to "maintenance" checks as well as WOF probably at extra cost and whether the level being down actually needs topping up.
Some cars get a complete change before the level drops much. I usually check the level waiting at the petrol pump. Leaving it several months is asking for trouble. I imagine the average little old lady who brings in her Audi is going to just agree to whatever the nice VTNZ person is saying Mark: Hmmm If in doubt a simple "no thanks" is an easy solution. Agree with oil level being at the full mark, not below.
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Hot oil is generally thinner than cold oil so will drain back to the sump relatively quickly. As mentioned above, a few minutes should get it close enough. I doubt there would be a full litre still hiding in the engine after much longer than that though. Filling above the mark is also not a huge issue if you know what you are doing. When racing a Subaru you always add an extra litre above the full mark to reduce the chance of oil surge. Obviously way over is going to cause problems though.
I would always tend to decline the offer of a top up. For one car because of the specific oil type and grade it's running, and the other because I don't want to be paying the workshop premium for the oil when I will generally get it on special and have a container or so kicking around at home anyway.
Good on them for noticing and bringing it to the attention of the owner though. Prevention is far better than cure in this case.
It's a very big problem in some engines. It really depends how much over, as a proportion of standard capacity. An extra half-litre in a a Lamborghini V12, that has a standard capacity of 13L, is not really a big deal.