1. What should you do with the boat’s fuel supply before putting the rig up for winter?

A. Nothing; today’s fuels are clean enough and won’t go stale.

B. Treat the fuel with fuel conditioner.

C. Run all the fuel out of the engine by disconnecting the fuel line and letting the engine run out of fuel.

D. Treat the

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