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Valvoline High Mileage with Maxlife Technology is formulated specifically to combat issues like friction, deposits and sludge in aging engines.

Valvoline High Mileage with MaxLife Technology Synthetic Blend Motor Oil is specially formulated to protect engines with over 75,000 miles. The proprietary formula protects against the four major causes of high mileage engine breakdown: wear, friction, heat and deposits. It also features premium seal conditioners that rejuvenate aging seals to help treat and prevent leaks. Valvoline High Mileage with MaxLife Technology is proven to maximize engine life.

Proven to Maximize Engine Life After 75,000 Miles


In May 2020, a new motor oil standard will be introduced to the world. It will improve fuel economy, chain wear, sludge, deposits and more. Learn everything you need to know about GF-6 here.

There was a time when 75,000 miles meant that a car was about three-quarters of the way to the junkyard, but 200,000 is the new 100,000 miles for cars.

GF-6 is the latest industry motor oil standard, designed to meet the needs of newer vehicles and new engine technology. These standards go into effect May 1, 2020. Have more questions?

A premium blend of cottonseed oil and conventional canola oil that delivers delicate flavor

Advantage® products give you the dependable performance you need to keep your kitchens running smoothly– through a range of products perfect for grills, sauté and sauce pans, baking and pizza pans, griddles and more.

Advantage® Canola Plus Clear Liquid Frying Oil

Prevents food from sticking and makes for easy clean-up. The ideal alternative to butter, margarine or oil on any cooking surface (up to 350°F)

A precision blend of corn oil and conventional soybean oil that provides a subtly sweet flavor profile

A premium blend of canola oil, high oleic canola oil and conventional soybean oil delivering consistent, neutral flavor attributes.

In the early 1900s, most Americans enjoyed their beer in a saloon or taken home in bucket. As a market developed for “bottle beer,” Miller Brewers crafted a crisp, refreshing, effervescent flagship beer. Within three years, the new beer earned the nickname “The Champagne of Bottle Beer.”

By WWII, bottled beer was commonplace. As Americans sought a lighter, more refreshing beverage, the same lager first brewed as a luxury champagne-like beer was now easily available to everyone from financiers to factory workers — consistent with founder Frederick Miller’s belief that the best things in life should be available to all.


Miller High Life today is as it has always been. It’s brewed with the same basic recipe. Bottled in the same clear glass. Widely available to all who seek it. The Champagne of Beers.

She sits on a crescent moon amidst a star-filled sky, a clear glass in her left hand. Although there is no record of how the famous “Girl In The Moon” was created, it is known she was first trademarked by Miller in 1907. She has since become one of the most mysterious and beloved brand icons in America.

As brewers learned about the susceptibility of hop oils to light, Miller took the extra step of developing special light-stable Galena hops just for High Life, ensuring the beer would taste as refreshing as it looks through the clear glass of the bottle.