Where does this come from? That's not what I read. Bloomberg https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/premium-gasoline-cost-set-to-rise-as-cleaner-fuel-rules-play-out/ar-AAFc6j0just read that premium gasoline that we use in our high performance vehicles may be going up next year as much as 72 cents a gallon
What is this all about. You learn something new every day So I learned about alkylates, not a particularly interesting subject. Alkylates are a gasoline blend with low sulphur content. EIA Alkylate US production capacity rises slowly.Where does this come from? That's not what I read. Bloomberg https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/premium-gasoline-cost-set-to-rise-as-cleaner-fuel-rules-play-out/ar-AAFc6j0
"Drivers of those cars could be paying as much as 72 cents more per gallon for premium gasoline than regular next year. AAA has the current spread between regular and premium at 58 cents."
Boldface is mine. Did you see this somewhere else? The price of Premium is not rising 72 cents. They are talking the spread between regular to premium rising 14 cents. For 20 gallon fillup thats $2.80. I bet you spend more than than for a cup a coffee every day.
Come to think of it we got down to around that too. I was dating in my mother's 1963 Ford Country Squire station wagon. It had a 427 CID engine and got about 10 mpg. I needed all the help that I could get.Lowest that I can recall was $0.199 at a Sunoco station