Different grades of gasoline have different octane ratings. Regular gasoline has the lowest octane rating and premium the highest. Most gas stations also carry a mid-grade that falls in between the two. The octane range for the different grades of gas varies by region... Read More.
Headed to the gas station? Don’t top-up your tank. It’s bad for your vehicle and your wallet. According to www.dailyfinance.com, “Once the pump automatically clicks off, you’re not getting much additional gas after. Instead, fuel is likely being diverted through the pump’s vapor recovery system... Read More.
Is it possible to drive more miles, burn less gas and get more bang for your fuel buck all at once? Yes! If you could squeeze 10 to 20 percent more savings from every gas dollar, wouldn't you rather put it back in your... Read More.
We asked some of our customers how they are able to save money by going longer between pump visits. Here are some of the responses we received. Track Your Mileage in Real Time Knowing what your consumption looks like from tank-to-tank is important, but that's really... Read More.
Driving less doesn’t have to be a consumer’s reaction to rising gas prices, according to the Car Care Council. While consumers can’t control the price of gas, they can control how much gas they use by following some simple and inexpensive vehicle... Read More.