I want to ask everyone a question? Has anyone noticed that when you fill up your tank that it doesn't last as long as it use to...Now besides fuel
cost and mileage driven I swear that fuel is being burned faster in my car no matter how slow I drive. One of my cars is a Audi RS6 with 12K miles and
I don't drive it a ton. But it can get 13/24 for a turbo charged v8 thats pretty good. But I swear of late no matter what my fuel is being used
faster and faster..?And the car is in perfect working order as far as oil changes and tune ups. I was just wondering if there is in the relm of a
possible chance the oil companies have used some sort of additive to the fuel in America to make it burn faster causing more fuel usage. I know it
sounds crazy...? But I mean if we are combating the oil companies with gas mileage then they in return would have to combat fuel technology to make
their product turn more profit. Besides the cost they would have to figure out a way to keep selling their product to increase these high profit
margins. If tobacco uses chemical additives to cause addiction then why can't fuel companies use a additive that would cause more fuel to be used.
And with technology I'm certain that would have no effects on the cars OBD computers it would just seem like your car is out of tune? Anyone think
this is possible?
AT just spent 20 minutes searching local news websites, article is gone. I think it might have been a local issue with some substandard stations. I
remember vid of them going out with hydrometers to some stations. They suggested sticking with major providers. BP, SHell, etc. Not going to mom and
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