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Old 12-01-2012, 12:27 PM   #1
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Different gas = different millage?

Has anyone realized when they put it cheaper has they get worse mileage? I am certain that when I put gas in from a certain place that is 20 cents cheaper; their is a noticeable difference. Or am I just crazy lol!!
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Has anyone realized when they put it cheaper has they get worse mileage? I am certain that when I put gas in from a certain place that is 20 cents cheaper; their is a noticeable difference. Or am I just crazy lol!!
Oh yes that's very true actually lol. I feel that shell is the best place to go.
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Has anyone realized when they put it cheaper has they get worse mileage? I am certain that when I put gas in from a certain place that is 20 cents cheaper; their is a noticeable difference. Or am I just crazy lol!!
I have never noticed it, but some people aware by it. I have heard, for the most part, fuel cleaners with bad fuel are fine.

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yeah i always notice differences between different stations...i prefer Shell and Thortons...i always get great mileage with them
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