Depends how old. A few months, no problem. A few years, there can be a problem.
Gasoline is old after a month. Especially gasoline which contains ethanol. Ethanol looses its octane rating much faster than petroleum.
Yes, but it could cause problems.
If you are an automobile driver, you must be covered by automobile insurance regardless of age.
The best gas mileage from unleaded gasoline or premium gasoline depends on the car. Old cars get better mileage from unleaded.
Will old gasoline harm a snow blower? No more than it will harm any other gasoline engine. Gasoline has a number of different vaporizations fluids. Some higher than others. If the gasoline is very old, all the higher vaporization point fluids may have evaporated. Then you may have trouble starting. Another question for you to consider is: How old is old? If the gasoline is only a month old or even several months old probably no problem. But, if it is six months or over????? How much do you have? Even at $3.00/ gallon why take a chance. If you really want to use it, start the blower and after it is running well, add some that has been mixed with new gasoline. That way you can use it and not have any troubles.
yes gas can and will get old over time and can cause a car not to start i would drain the old gas put new gas in pull the plugs clean them with a wire brush or get new plugs and try starting it again and go from there
No, the word 'automobile' is a noun, a word for a thing.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.The pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'automobile' is it.Example: That automobile is very old. It is also in good condition.
Not really, so long as they healed and fused they shouldn't cause any problems.
decreased exercise with age and also glandular problems in old ages above 40.