The Studies Behind Fuel Economy

The important inputs for fuel economy are the number of miles traveled and the amount of fuel used. One common method is to record how many miles you drove between fill ups. If you record the amount of fuel you put in the vehicle when you fill up and the amount of miles driven since the last fill up, you get a rough idea of fuel economy by dividing the trip miles by the gallons pumped into the tank Read More … Read More

Attend the AMSOIL 40th Anniversary Convention July 18-20

Join AMSOIL in celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Dealer network July 18-20, 2013 in Duluth, Minn. In conjunction with the convention AMSOIL is also offering an abbreviated AMSOIL University (AU), featuring the Core Technology curriculum, July 16-18. For each new customer registered and qualified through March 31, Dealers are eligible for cash, products and Read More