What you need to know about the octane ratings on gasoline and diesel cars

If you are thinking about purchasing a new car this summer, you may want to take some extra care to protect your vehicle’s fuel economy.

A new gasoline octane reading can indicate whether the fuel is safe to drive or whether it will need a boost.

If the car’s fuel consumption is above the new standard, the octanometer can indicate a safety concern.

A newer octane standard can be read in different ways.

For example, a vehicle that has recently received a new octane number may not necessarily have a high octane octane but might still be a good choice for long distance driving or in some cases as a backup for a car with an older octane specification.

In the United States, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) publishes the octanol ratings for gasoline and other diesel vehicles, as well as a new gasoline and electric octane model.

The ratings are based on the engine’s power output, and are calculated by adding up the fuel consumption of a car and comparing it to the standard octane.

In the case of gasoline, the standard rating is a 50 percent increase in the number of miles a car will run on the fuel.

In contrast, the new rating is 60 percent increase, and in the case for electric vehicles it is 80 percent increase.

In addition, the newer rating means the vehicle will not be more fuel efficient.

For more information on the octanes of gasoline and the octanoic rating, read this primer on how to read and interpret the ratings.

The NHTSA recommends that the gasoline octanol rating should not be used to evaluate the octo-numbers of vehicles.

However, if the car you’re considering has an older, or no octane, rating, it may be a better choice for the trip.

For those looking to buy a new vehicle this summer that has an octane that is higher than the current standard, you can look to the National Automobile Dealers Association’s (NADA) list of octane models, which are also used to compare different vehicles.

The list of Octane Models is also used by many dealers to compare various vehicles.

If you know what you’re looking for, the NADA list is a good source of information on what’s on offer at the dealership.