What’s the difference between cheap and expensive fuel?
Filtering and additives. The fact is, all the fuel comes from the same place. Filters remove solids and waste, additives contain detergents and lubricants for your engine’s performance and longevity.
We love cheap gas. It causes problems from clogged filters to engine failure and we get to fix those problems. It is also the reason we don’t sell it to our customers.
As an independent distributor, we can order fuel with the same detergents and lubricants as any other high quality gas distributor, and it is what we use in our own vehicles and provide for our family of customers.
As far as mileage goes, the best course of action is a well-maintained vehicle, including recommended oil changes and tire pressure.
So what’s good for your vehicle will cost you a little more now, but it will save you in the long run.