No. It's all the same crap.
Whatever is the cheapest at the time.
I go to speedway, get gas and a cup of coffee, say Hi to the girl that works nights, then mosey on to work.
My only standard is I have not bought a gallon of BP, at least at a BP station since the spill.
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No, not on a usual passenger vehicle, but when I was a mechanic for a stock car racing team it mattered a lot.Do you buy gasoline by brand name?
Now it's just about price, and that varies all the time.
I have a sports car, high rpm engine, so I do not get gas at the cheap station. With my old car I would have, when I did not need premium gas
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Yeah, my wife collects Air Miles so we buy gas at Shell.
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I'm involved in several car forums, and they have researched this rather extensively. Once upon a time, there were major chemical differences between brands, now? Not so much, beyond octane rating, and in some cases, amount of cleansers, which is added after the gas is delivered. To go further...gas stations get their gas from the same refinery, regardless of brand, and then in some cases (like shell v power) get additives after delivery. Only primary difference is from state to state...some states use different methods to calculate minimum octane rating, which is posted at the pump, and states vary on how much ethanol is allowed.
Literally, the gas truck stops at BJs, fills their tank, then makes a delivery to shell down the street, then Cumberland farm.
But round here, shell is the only one with 97 octane. Down in FL, I used to be able to buy 102. Wish I could get that here.