Consequences of bad fuel

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Consequences of bad fuel

2018-02-14 0 comments

We can define bad fuel in several different ways. One is reflecting on the quality the other is on the category of the fuel. Fuel is defined by different numbers, which reflect the performance and the type altogether. The most generally used fuels for petrol cars include the 95, 98 and the 100 with 100 being the highest performance fuel. Of course quality is also reflected in the price, therefore most people use 95 petrol in their car, which is often weak in quality. Different gas stations can also serve different quality fuel which you need to experiment first, to see which makes your car run smoother and faster.

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