What is the BEST Fuel to Use in Your Car or Truck and WHY

When we buy certain vehicles, the owner’s manual might recommend ...

When we buy certain vehicles, the owner’s manual might recommend sticking premium fuel in the gas tank. This is also a phenomenon that we notice if we modify a vehicle to a certain extent and want it to run as well as it should. There are definitely situations where one should be running premium fuel without a doubt. However, for some of the factory vehicles that require someone to run a premium grade of gas, increasing spending in the area, it’s not really necessary. Nobody wants to waste money. Why should we step up to the next tier in gasoline if we don’t really need to?

This time, we dive into just that question with ChrisFixChris seems to know a little bit about everything when it comes to maintaining a vehicle. Selecting the proper fuel grade is a very important element in that equation.

This time, our host gives us the full delivery of how exactly to pick just the right fuel. You might be wasting money by putting that higher-grade fuel in your gas tank when really you could be operating on regular old 87 octane. In most cases, we would probably just recommend doing what the manufacturer says is best. However, it’s certainly something worth sitting down and taking a look at.

If you follow along in the video down below, you’ll be able to get the lowdown on exactly how you might go about figuring out if your vehicle is one that could live on without having to go through the expense of putting premium fuel in your tank. After following along with this demonstration that breaks down the concepts,, be sure to tell us if you think that you need to have premium fuel in your tank or if you’ve been throwing dollars out the window.

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