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    Gulf, Exxon or Gitco?

    So where i live, and commute, there's only hese three stations, that offer gas for $2.71 for Premium. I really would love to buy Shell V-power, b/c i know that that is a good type of gas. But that's $2.95 about 3 miles frome these three... (Living on the border, so i'm in three states within 10 minutes )

    So which of the three would you prefer?

    Which has better Guality gas?

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    Damn. I'm paying that much for 87 octane. Just drive to Shell so you can pay what I have to pay!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by edrex
    Damn. I'm paying that much for 87 octane. Just drive to Shell so you can pay what I have to pay!!
    HA ha HA

    Forget about it. I'm poor...

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    I used to have a finicky car that only liked Shell, so I'm kind of stuck on it. Any octane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curiosity
    I used to have a finicky car that only liked Shell, so I'm kind of stuck on it. Any octane.
    Thats because they put sea shells in it.

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    Damn. They told me it was organically produced.

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    Well its the decomposition of the organic materials(after hundreds of thousands of years).

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    I like Shell, Chevron, 76, and Mobil. I've never filled up at Arco or Exxon

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    I used to like Exxon, but they disappear about 10 years ago. Now I prefer Mobil, Shell, Chevron, 76 in that order. I been filling my 2 Supras with Shell only since 95 till 02 or 03 cuz I have one of their CC that give 5% rebate . For the pass couple years either Mobil or Shell and I still get the 5% rebate cuz Chase still want me to use its CC.
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    (In Texas) I prefer BP, Race Trac, Exxon, Texaco.

    In that order, oddly enough Race Trac is the cheapest, BP is pretty expensive though
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