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Premium gas and regular gas share a number of qualities such as the fact that both are produced from crude oil and both are combustible. Where the two types vary is octane level. Most premium gasoline will have an octane level that is 90 or above. Premium gasoline helps keep your engine cleaner, which leads to less pollution.
Regular unleaded gasoline is the most common type of gas, and it works well for most vehicles on the Denver roads. It is better for the environment and your health than gasoline containing lead. Its octane rating, which indicates how well it combats inappropriate fuel combustion, is 87.
While the two options may seem similar, there are a few factors that set each apart:
Before deciding whether premium vs. regular gas is right for you, keep the following tips in mind:
If you have any additional questions about premium vs. regular gas, do not hesitate to contact us or to schedule an appointment. We would be glad to help you figure out which type of gas is best suited for your vehicle. We can also provide tips such as how to clean leather seats.