Put yourself here for a minute. You’re sitting behind the wheel of your car when to your surprise, your “Low Fuel” light comes on. To your relief there is a gas station just up ahead, so you pull in and notice the octane level sign says “Octane Kind Of Around 85 Or So”. You look in your car manual and the specifications say “Minimum octane recommendations unknown”. Now you’re thinking, what do I need, what am I getting exactly, and how do I know my car will perform like I want”? You don’t have the specific information you need to make a good decision.

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