Is premium the right term?
Generally when a car person calls a fuel “Premium” it means they are suggesting the fuel has a high octane rating and nothing more.
It appears that the general public believes Premium, means "better" and using it can fix all kinds of things, maybe even the headlights will last longer and burn brighter. In real life, "premium" fuel has little or no advantage over "regular" unless their car requires higher octane. In my experience most people believe that premium fuel: Has more energy and will give any car more power and higher mileage. Should we not make an effort to get more drivers knowledgable of this?