What's the difference between fuel sold in the winter and in the summer?

23 October 2005

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What's the difference between fuel sold in the winter and in the summer?

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Fuel is different between winter and summer because the conditions it is used in are different. The starting conditions are particularly different, as engines have to get going from a much lower temperature. What you can do to winter fuel is add chemicals that make the petrol vaporise at a lower temperature, which facilitates cold starting. Using a better mix makes it easier for your car to start on a very cold day.

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