Toro warns consumers to buy only 30 days worth of fuel

12/1/2013 | WOOD-TV (Grand Rapids, Mich.)

People purchasing fuel for outdoor power equipment should buy just enough to last 30 days, Toro and other equipment manufacturers warn. Limiting fuel storage and using a fuel additive can reduce the harmful effects of ethanol on small engines, this article says. Engine problems related to ethanol could become more common as higher blends of ethanol gasoline are sold.

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