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High-octane gas


Q: Have you started using the lowest octane fuel recommended for your car?

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High-octane gas releases hazardous pollutants into the air and could be bad for your car. Today, only one in ten cars manufactured since 1982 requires high-octane gasoline. Try to use the lowest octane fuel recommended for your car. Other ways to cut down on gas usage include using public transportation, car pooling, biking, or walking to your destination.

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