Fuel additives are substances that are added to gasoline or diesel fuel to enhance its properties or performance. Some common types of fuel additives include: Octane boosters: used to increase the octane rating of gasoline, improving engine performance and reducing knocking. Detergents: used to clean the fuel system and injectors, preventing deposits and improving fuel efficiency. Stabilizers: used to prevent gasoline from breaking down and oxidizing over time, ensuring that stored fuel remains usable. Cetane improvers: used to increase the cetane rating of diesel fuel, improving its ignition quality and reducing emissions. Lubricants: used to improve the lubricity of diesel fuel, reducing wear and tear on fuel injectors and other engine components. Corrosion inhibitors: used to prevent corrosion of fuel tanks and other fuel system components.
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