When buying petrol, is it best to fill up little and often or as much as possible in one go?
I noticed my car running better just after I put fuel anyone know if this ous a thing?
pump full tank, my car used up $70 for full tank, runs 3 days around the town
I think it's best to not let the tank get too empty. That way you have enough for emergencies. If you let it get all the way to "E" and there's an emergency of some type (an evacuation due to a storm, for example), you're more likely to run out and get stuck.
That's one of the things I mention in my Hub "14 Tips for Staying Safe While In Your Car".
I fill up when my tank reaches around 1/4 tank. I've heard it's not good to let your tank go empty because it *could* damage your fuel pump.
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