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  • Ethanol Damage

    Why Use Fuel Stabilizer

    November 11, 2016 • Enthusiasts • Views: 1506

    Why Use Fuel Stabilizer First, is there still a need to use fuel stabilizer when storing off season gas powered tools/equipment and vehicles such as: Lawn mowers & Chain saws Weed eaters & Trimmers ATV’s, UTV’s & RV’s Snowmobiles &

  • Clean Fuel Additive

    All About Fuel

    August 18, 2015 • Enthusiasts • Views: 2111

    Since half of our blog’s title is fuel, here is some information about fuel. You may know some or all of this, but having and understanding of how your engine uses fuel can help you understand how to improve your …

  • Top Blogs for Car Owners

    July 28, 2015 • Enthusiasts • Views: 1948

    There are two types of people in this world – those who care about their cars and those who don’t. When the engine light turns on you either check it out immediately or ignore it and hope it goes away …

  • Car Filter Maintenance

    3 Car Maintenance Procedures You Don’t Need

    March 23, 2015 • Enthusiasts • Views: 5573

    Believe it or not, there are some car maintenance procedures that aren’t really necessary. Common sense should tell you what your car really needs, but there are some car maintenance items that only seem necessary. Let’s look at a few …

  • The Truth about MPG Ratings

    The Truth about MPG Ratings

    June 16, 2014 • Enthusiasts • Views: 5396

    After the great Carpocolypse of 2008, automakers were forced to change their gas-guzzling ways. Americans could no longer afford to get just 12-15 miles from a $5 gallon of gas. Times were changing, and modern cars had to change with …

  • 3 Mean New Diesel Powered Trucks… Yet 1 in 3 Will Die Early

    May 21, 2014 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 6345

    Several years ago, Barack Obama announced that the federal fuel economy standards, known as Corporate Average Fuel Economy or CAFE, will be raised to 54.5 mpg by the year 2025. This doesn’t mean that all cars will get 54 mpg, …

  • Diesel fuel gelling is the result of the solidifying of paraffin in the fuel during cold temperatures.

    How to Prevent Diesel Fuel Gelling

    December 14, 2013 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 31996

    Diesel fuel gelling happens when the paraffin usually present in diesel starts to solidify when the temperature drops. At 32 degrees, the wax in liquid form will crystallize and leave the fuel tank clouded. At 10-15 degrees, it will finally …

  • Be King of the Road This Winter by sparing yourself from diesel gelling

    Prevent Diesel Gelling and be King of the Road This Winter!

    November 5, 2013 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 2493

    The winter months are one of the hardest for truck drivers. Besides from the usual danger they face in driving over snow and the uncomfortable lifestyle of dealing with the cold, another problem that they are constantly worrying over is …

  • Exhaust regeneration helps lessen the emissions released from fuel combustion.

    What Exhaust Regeneration Can Do for You

    November 4, 2013 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 3580

    Long haul trucking involves transporting loads across long distances. This requires truckers to stay on schedule and use their fuel efficiently. One way this can be achieved is through Exhaust Regeneration. It can offer fuel savings and make a huge