In mid-July, the Energy Information Administration reported that gasoline demand was at its lowest since June of 2004. The combination of a soft economy and better fuel efficiency is contributing to a lower demand. This lower demand is causing, and being compounded by, rising gasoline prices. Drop in gasoline demand Over 2008, the demand for Read on! →

Gasoline-fueled engines run everything from vehicles to lawnmowers and snowblowers, and getting fuel to those engines is not always simple. Safely transporting, storing and using gasoline can help keep you and your vehicle safe. Basics of gasoline safety Gasoline is a volatile substance by its very nature. Its fumes are toxic to breathe and very Read on! →

If you’ve ever taken a car to a gas station, you’ve noticed multiple octane choices for fuel. Diesel, 87, 89 and 92 octanes are most common at standard American gas stations, but not everyone knows which fuel is right for their car. Reading your vehicle’s manual helps, but have you ever wondered why one octane Read on! →