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Every Visalia driver already knows that gas stations offer different types of fuel, but what’s the difference between premium and regular gas? The answer to that question is far less well-known, but the team here at Western Motors Fresno is always happy to help provide all the information you need. You can always stop by our service center for further information, but feel free to read on for a quick premium vs. regular gas overview.
Before getting into the differences between premium and regular, it’s a good idea to understand the factors at play. These include:
Regular unleaded gasoline is the most commonly used type of gas and will be the default choice for most Clovis drivers. It has a lower octane rating, but it does help keep costs down.
Premium gas is still produced from crude oil, but it will have gone through further refining. It will have an octane level that is 90 or above, and it will burn much cleaner to create less pollution.
Ready to decide which gas to use for your trips across Madera and beyond? Here are just a few things to keep in mind:
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