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Gasoline station

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A '''gas station''' is a place where motorists can go to fill up their vehicles with gas[[gasoline]]. In the United States most vehicles run on unleaded gasoline. This usually includes grades of 87, 89, and 91 octane with the higher numbers being the more pure blends and the higher quality. Most modern cars run on 87.
Regular gasoline was largely replaced decades ago for environmental concerns.
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