Hi all. I just had a thought while posting on another thread... My wife and I are the only 2 people in the household. We have 3 cars: A new Audi A6 (her daily driver), a 2010 Volvo XC60 cross-over (my daily) and Rufus, my R53 (a fun car). Usually her car burns a tank of gas every few weeks as it gets her to work, we use it for weekend run-about stuff and we use it for road trips 3-4 times per year. I generally work from home, but the Volvo gets out 2-3 times per week for lunch runs or the occasional errand. It uses a tank of gas every month or two. The MINI is a fun car and burns a tank a day when I'm off to MOTD or some other event, but sometimes the gas sits for 2-3 months. It eventually gets burned and, at the least, I try to get it on the road once a week. When the COVID issue hit, North Carolina issued a stay-at-home order. I ran out and filled all 3 tanks (just in case fuel went short). That was 5-6 weeks ago. We have burned 1/8 of the tank in my wife's car and almost none of the gas in the other 2 cars. THE QUESTION: Should I get some Stabil (fuel stabilizer) in the tanks? I used to use it in my lawn mower / camp generator tanks and it just occurred to me that fuel degradation might be an issue.