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January 11, 2007


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I like the list of 10 Car-Care tips to save gas, but I have one concern about the blanket statement "use the lowest octane rating". I am of the belief that you should go with the minimum factory recommendation in the manual. You may save money on the short term, but long term engine trouble could cost much more than the savings on fuel. My opinion is that the minimum factory octane recommendation should be part of the research when considering the purchase of a vehicle.

Clarification for all -- I recommend using the lowest octane gas that your vehicle's manufacturer recommends.

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