"...he has to use premium gas at a much higher cost"
I know we've had this discussion before. The claims I've seen state that the highest octane non-Ethanol fuels are up to 20% more efficient. ie they use 20% less gas to accomplish the same work.
So, bottom line, it's not really more expensive. Or so they claim.
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