Of course everyone wants to maximize the maintenance and wellbeing of our vehicles, and sometimes it is the little things that matter the most. Keeping the fuel levels in your gas tank at the highest possible amounts during winter in one of those "little things."

If your fuel level is low all the time that means that there is always more air than gasoline in your tank. In the winter the moisture in that air can condense along the inside of the fuel line that connects from the gas tank to the engine. If that condensation should freeze inside of the fuel line, your car will probably not start and there could be damage that might occur. That would be one repair bill that you would not like too much.

Even periodically adding to your gas at more frequent intervals, even in smaller amounts will go a long way in dispelling this matter and keeping your vehicle operating at maximum efficiency.

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