I have a modern motorcycle and put modern fuel in it, I can see a small amount of sediment in bottom of tank when its low and been stood for a while which disappears when given a shake so can't see why a car would be any different. However, i guess in reality if a car is used daily if will be sufficiently 'slopped' around so as not to matter.shakotanVIP said:They'll be no dregs in modern petrol in a modern car.
Maybe . . . But I would say the up gives less leeway than any other car I've owned. First time out in the car I was down in Kent when the light came in and i thought 'oh yeah, plenty of time to get petrol.' But a garage proved hard to find and I really did nearly run it dry. I always fill up when it gets to '1/4' now. Less stressful!juux said:I always assume that there is at least a gallon left in a car when the light comes on.
Never failed me yet!
Rickenbacker said:I never like to use the dregs, that's where all the crap settles and its possible this could be sucked up into your engine as the fuel filter may not catch it all.
Bob Up said:also can damage the catalytic converter Ive heard if you actually do run out