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Sneaky Ways Big Companies Are Manipulating Consumers (10 pics)

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You're getting played by all the big companies out there and it's costing you a pretty penny.

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№1 Author: monkfish1968 (22 Oct 2015 04:59) Total user comments: 481


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they'll all take your money any way they can
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№2 Author: AlienShooter (22 Oct 2015 05:12) Total user comments: 1199


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check your cars oil level regularly and change it between 3000 to 5000 miles, more often if it gets black faster. You DON"T HAVE TO, but do it for the sake of your car.

more expensive gasoline burns hotter, check your car manual (or google it) for the right type of fuel.

DO NOT JUST FOLLOW WHAT INTERNET TELLS YOU

USE YOUR BRAIN OR ASK SOMEONE WHO KNOWS
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№3 Author: zach8 (22 Oct 2015 12:37) Total user comments: 529


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Yeah that gasoline scam is true,... however....some engines are meant to run on premium 100 RON gas. Designed that way. It is even stated in the driver manual. But they can run on 95 too.

Most cars though run just fine on simple 95 RON because they were designed to run on anything from 95 RON and up. So no gain, put 95 in there and you're good.

As for the oil, I'm no expert but I guess it depends on many factors including where and how the car is driven. Even the driving technique plays a part.

I once kept mine for 9000-9500 miles (15.000 km) without trouble whatsoever, but the car was
95% driven on highway, with 60-70 mph speeds and smooth accelerations and decelerations and long jurneys.

A city cab on the other hand is run 95% of the time in idle and traffic jam and this is not ideal for the engine, hence....oil in 3000 miles maybe ???
(But I haven't seen cabs change their batteries before 5 years though hehehe...)
In the same consept, a car that drives just a few miles per year (=rarely driven) could change the oil after a year or two because of the accumulated moisture in there.
I have one such car that doesn't even make 50 miles per year (yes, fifty miles, not five hundred or five thausand, it's not typo 01 01 )
and now it's on it's 4th year with the same oil. I kid you not.
No problem with it, but I need to get around to changing it.


What the mechanics don't tell you is that the oil will not suddenly stop it's lubricating action once you pass the 3000 or 7000 mile mark.

Hell there are trucks that run multiple times that distance and change their oil in 20.000+ miles
It's not the miles that matter, but HOW those miles are driven.
True, the fresher the oil, the better but not everyone has the pockets.

Many correct information on the net, along with incorrect too sadly.
(Please correct me if I'm wrong, I say again, I 'm no expert, I talk from personal experience)
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№4 Author: Ano (22 Oct 2015 23:42) Total user comments: 0


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#5: Books are intellectual property. Cost of printing is only a small part.
#6: Text service is almost non-consequential to the cost of operating phone service.
#9:Knocking (caused by premature detonation) can damage car's engine. Lower octane rating gasoline has lower anti-knocking property. Lead was poisonous so octane is used instead.
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№5 Author: zach8 (20 Nov 2015 16:37) Total user comments: 529


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TRUE, the lower octane rating gasoline DOES HAVE lower anti-knocking properties.
This was not a problem with older engines that used lower compression ratio.
But evolved engines had higher compression ratio, and they had the same octane number gasoline
so....they added led to the same octane number petrol
to make it resistant to higher compression ratios.

And then came injection, which needed no led, so they increased the octane number,
and removed the led.
The fellow above is correct, but it is stated as if the more octane added is like an additive
like they did with led, but it's not an additive. Octane is an ingredient of petrol.
The higher the octane number, the better control of the burn, the stable the speed of the flame front.


The correct statement would have been:

"Lead was poisonous so octane was INCREASED instead"

I.M.O.
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