Generally, the best gas to go with is the one that your car is built for. Fuel grades don’t really effect emissions that much. While some people insist that higher octane fuels give them better gas mileage, experts likewise insist that this simply isn’t the case. A much more important factor to consider is that high octane fuels are less efficient to produce, since they require the addition of hydrocarbons. Moreover, using the wrong grade fuel can shorten your engine’s lifespan. By using the correct rating, you keep your vehicle on the road longer, which is key to overall efficiency, since manufacturing vehicles is in and of itself a huge contributor to carbon emissions.
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