At least one of the world's leading auto makers has become disenchanted with the poor quality of gasoline in the U.S. – and is planning action, sources say. The unnamed auto maker will, either alone or with other manufacturers willing to join, begin to openly endorse gasoline brands with acceptable quality. The auto maker’s decision on how motorists will be advised about gasoline quality is forthcoming, but the exact timing is not known. Details of the action are being kept under wraps, ...
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