Yeah stay there up in Round Lake, don't come near Chicago for gas. I heard on the radio today that Chicago area had among the highest gas prices in the nation (avg $3.54). Ranking up there with San Fran.Web Raven said:$3.49 at the Mobil by my house (87 octane), $3.53 down the street at the Shell. I'm sure if I drove into Round Lake, I might find it a little cheaper at Thornton's.
Top tier? really?rudykizuty said:
I wouldn't say bad. It's really a matter of personal preference. Mine just happens to be that I want the car to operate at an optimum level and last as long as I plan on keeping it. I prefer to know that if there are ever any problems, it's not due to something I did that could have been avoided. As my wife can attest, it is very much like me to follow what the manufacturer recommends, and those are the reasons why I do.Rufio said:Top tier? really?rudykizuty said:
Didn't know there was a gas requirement. I've just been circling what ever I find i the cheapest regular unleaded gas. Is that bad?
How is ExxonMobil not on that list?rudykizuty said:
So that there can be no doubt in the consumer's mind about what they are getting, a brand must certify that 100% of the fuel being distributed to and dispensed by their franchise dealers is Top Tier grade. For anything less than 100%, the brand doesn't make the list.steveski2 said:How is ExxonMobil not on that list?rudykizuty said: