3 Things You Should Know About Fuel Stabilizer


Fuel Stabilizer is something we get a lot of questions about, so I’ve gathered answers for some of the most common questions I get:

1.       Use fuel stabilizer when you store your vehicle for 6 months or longer

Gas, depending on quality, will last for about 6 months before it goes bad. Therefore you will either need to replenish the fuel that is in the tank after that period OR use fuel stabilizer.

2.       Fuel Stabilizer is good for about 1 year

Fuel stabilizer prolongs the useful life of the fuel in your tank to about 1 year. This means that if the vehicle is going to be in storage for more than 1 year, you will have to add fresh fuel and more stabilizer.

3.       The shelf life of fuel stabilizer is about 2 years after the bottle has been opened.

If you plan to store your vehicle for more than 2 years, the caretaker of your vehicle will have to purchase more stabilizer as the original bottle will not have any preservative potency left.

It should be noted that expired stabilizer will not harm the vehicle but the preservative agents contained within will have lost their potency.

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