Often we get asked, what actually is a fuel additive and does it really help my car?
A bottle of fuel additive can cost as little as £5.00 and can be added directly into your car fuel tank. But why would you do this?
Looking at the marketing there are lots of different products, we aim to dispel some of the myths that surround fuel additives and help explain why the use of a fuel additive can have both economic and environmental benefits for both domestic and commercial vehicle owners. Read on to find out.
Many professional vehicle mechanics call fuel additives as “mechanic in a can” since a fuel additive can offer a simple solution to loads of common fuel delivery problems. Meaning. after adding a fuel additive to your fuel tank your car should run more smoothly, show improved fuel economy, lower emissions and help you prolong the life of the engine.
Over time vehicles gather unnecessary sludge and soot in different areas of the engine, which will manifest in performance issues and poor fuel economy. A fuel additive works by removing the sludge and soot and improving combustion. Fuel additives enhance the lubrication of the vehicle’s working components which means that there can be less wear and tear on the moving parts.
Created By Expert Fuel Chemists
Different fuel additives claim to resolve different problems. Fueltone fuel additives have been developed by expert fuel chemists and work by improving fuel combustion, increasing engine power, improving weak acceleration and smoothing out rough idling. By doing so they are able to show how your vehicle can improve how fuel is delivered to the engine and therefore improve performance and fuel economy while reducing emissions.
Fueltone’s products have been shown to deliver up to 14% improved fuel efficiency in testing.
Types of Fuel Additive
Fuel additives are formulated separately for diesel and petrol vehicles as you can imagine since the compound requirements are different, Fueltone have developed products for both vehicle types and a special product for motorcycles.
Some diesel drivers will know that reducing your car emissions will offer better performance, increased fuel economy and can be cheaper to run. Although nowadays cars have a Euro emissions standard which classifies what emissions it produces in what quantities, actual real-time driving emissions can vary significantly. Using a fuel additive can help reduce diesel emissions and improve your driving performance.
Once Purchased – Using An Additive Is Easy
You can use a fuel additive as a one-off, to clean an engine that has become congested. Most people report seeing immediate benefits after only the first use. However regular use will help to keep fuel injectors, intake valves and combustion chambers clean as well.
So in summary, fuel additives work as an all-round health treatment for your engine and are definitely worth the investment. Find out more about additives at Fueltone.