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You don't need to run your car on premium gas — and if you do, it could be costing you money

A lot of car owners are needlessly nervous about their vehicles. The check engine light comes on, and they freak out. No, your car isn't going to explode. It's usually just a glitch in the emissions system. Another source of owners preoccupation is fuel type. In the US, you have three main options: regular 87 octane, plus 89 octane, and premium 92/3 octane (sometimes called "super" or branded with names like "V-Power").
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