2019 Shelby GT350
Thanks for the knowledgeable input! That's exactly what I have heard from other folks who are familiar with the industry. It certainly makes sense and confirms my beliefs about gasoline quality.Having been around but not directly in the fuel/refinery industry before retirement, I always run TT in any premium required vehicle. It is lab tested for each batch to certify it meets certain qualities that are under contract, even if it is from a competitor named refinery. Un-certifiable batches (do not meet contract specs) are still be usable but are not accepted by the particular brand, go to discount stations. TT has some benefits for keeping injectors clean and fuel stabilized longer.
If I am running a premium car that requires premium fuel, higher fuel prices are part of the package of ownership, just like premium tires and oil. The everyday rides get the basic stuff like regular fuel, basic tires and oil.