Years ago, one of my college professors told us that remote
pump houses, they have gasoline engines which are gasoline
and kerosene powered. They stock kerosense, which has much
longer shelf life. And they keep a galon or so of gasoline
to get the engine started.. After the gas engine is warmed
up, the valve it over to kerosene. And then back to gas, a
couple minutes before shut down.
Farmers used to do much the same thing with tractors.
I read that diesel burns hotter, so it's not good to run in
cars. But, if you were evading a hurricane, it's worth
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