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98% of cars run on gasoline engines.
Both. Cars and trucks use different types - cars use regular and trucks use deisel - but both are still gasoline.
A regular car is a car than rans on gasoline. But a hybrid car is a car that rans on gasoline and battery.
i was studying it an it was said to be 23%
They do, but the fuel is more dangerous to handle and the infrastructure is more expensive than with regular gasoline cars.
regular gasoline; sometimes an oil and gas mixture
Unleaded gasoline is regular gasoline. Lead used to be added to gasoline to prevent engine knocking but the practice has been banned in most developed countries. 2nd Answer: There are some engines, a lot of them not in cars, that are made to use regular gasoline. They are designed so that the lead in regular old gasoline will build up on certain moving parts, and keep them sealed against engine pressures. Unleaded gas is not good for this type of engine, at all.
In the United States, unleaded regular gasoline is the most frequently used fuel in cars and small trucks.
As it stands now about 24%