SD stations aren't warning about low-octane fuel
RAPID CITY (AP) -- Some South Dakota gas stations are selling lower-octane fuel without telling customers about it.
Selling 85-octane gasoline became legal in South Dakota earlier this month. But the law change says gas stations have to post a warning to customers if they're doing it. Lower-octane fuel can cause knocking and damage car and truck engines.
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