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Pull up to any gas station across Dos Palos and you’re going to need to choose between premium vs. regular gas. In fact, this isn’t much of a choice for most drivers since they already know to fill up with one or the other, but perhaps you’re curious or simply want to keep gas types in mind while shopping for a pre-owned vehicle.
Whatever the reason, all you need to do is read on to explore for yourself the difference between premium and regular gas.
There are a few things you have to think about when comparing premium vs. regular gas, so here’s a quick overview of key differences:
Most regular unleaded gasoline has an octane rating of 87, and it’s going to be the best option for the majority of Newman drivers thanks to its lower cost.
Premium gas is also produced from crude oil, but higher levels of refinement give it an octane rating that is 90 or above. It also creates less pollution than regular gas since it burns much cleaner.
You should know by now which type of gas is best for your vehicle, but here are a few further points to keep in mind:
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