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Chris Worley says he usually -- up at the shell or Chevron about the costs go around the corner so why -- forty cents more a gallon -- necessary.
Honestly I don't know -- tried smoking -- and it seems to burn justice efficiently but.
You know it's just a name like anything else Joseph Velarde was filling the tanks at a nearby Costco as part of his route in which he hits many different stations.
Go to shells to -- Chevron and you know got customers anywhere from 7-Eleven -- -- to.
-- -- -- When it was finished the motor back to the shell refinery in Martinez in got more gasoline.
Which begs the question is there any difference between -- gas you buy Costco and show besides twenty cents a gallon.
Well yes and no it's like -- you got.
You're branded -- and and then your generic.
The difference is -- branded cleaning -- each company puts in its gas to -- fuel inject her jets or on order cars car operators.
Also helps that engine's valve seats Chevron for example calls they're heavily advertised additive -- run.
It's expensive gas such as Costco or circle -- -- the same sort of additive but it's a generic.
We went to UC Berkeley's mechanical engineering department where professor Robert -- has spent a career studying motors and fuel and -- also drives.
I have a Jeep Cherokee from 1993.
And has 270000.
What does he do when he fills up well pretty much the same thing tanker driver Joseph Velarde says he does I'd buy gasoline typically.
A a lower cost station.
Five time five times and then on -- -- -- time IO go to one of the -- station.
And from the university laboratory to the gas -- itself insiders agree that you can't easily and less expensively protector vehicle.
With just some simple out of it like this that you pick up that any auto supply store all you have to do is supporting your gas -- While at the same time change your oil might -- -- TV you channel two news.
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