If you price shop for gas you should not have purchased the car in the first place (you cant afford it since the car requires you to use only the most expensive gas which logically is better than the less expensive gas)
Do not, under any circumstances, price shop for gas from someone who also priceshops for gas from their suppliers. If this is confusing see above rule.
Brand is important so never mix brands that are associated with cheap and convenient (7-eleven) with one that is luxury and performance (Audi). Seriously - do they sound like they go together?
There is a secret sauce in the gas from the big companies. We dont know exactly what it is but trust the bigger oil companies to charge more for that which is worth more and not to gouge us.
Bad gas will likely do something bad for the car (like... well, something really bad). Its the same with gas as it is with their big gulps - beware.
Is this about right?
Sorry for the quick rant- Im just in a pissy mood because of the economy
Pair that gas with some $2.29/qt Valuecraft 10W-40 ;)
______________________________ 2007 RS4 Daytona Gray Pearl Effect Silver Nappa Leather / Carbon Fiber Trim Audi SuperSport Plus Suspension, GIAC software No sunroof, rear airbags, resonator, or carbon (cleaned 3X)
Only took 3 passes to run 12.5 @110mph completely smog legal on pump gas
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