You should always fill your gas tank full rather than adding $10 – $20 at a time.
We’ve all had this experience one time or another: you’re late for an appointment and realize that your gas tank is no empty, rather than taking the time to fill it up you just put enough to hold you over.
Is it bad to always have a full tank of gas?
A lighter load does require less gasoline, but compared to the weight of most vehicles, the weight of a full fuel tank is insignificant. Your car may actually be less efficient when the tank is near-empty, as more air in the tank can lead to an increase in evaporation.
Should I store my car with a full tank of gas?
Fill the tank with gas if you expect the car to be in storage for more than 30 days. Topping it off will prevent moisture from accumulating inside the fuel tank and keep the seals from drying out. The fuel stabilizer will prevent the gas from deteriorating for up to 12 months.
How full should you keep your gas tank in the winter?
Condensation – Condensation can form in the empty part of your gas tank. In the winter that condensation can freeze, collect into icy blockages in your fuel lines and create problems with starting your car. The best way to avoid this happening is to keep your tank more than half full during the winter.
How often should you fill your gas tank?
It takes ~11 gallons to fill up, with a 13 gallon tank. Usually every 3-6 weeks.