Hi my name is Dan Blauds and I drove my Toyota when it was almost empty. After the needle went on the "E", it still went for about 87 miles. That's amazing. Maybe it's because that way we won't get scared or panicked.
I don't pay attention to any low gas light. That's what I have a gas gauge for, plus it's why they call them idiot lights. Someone from the dealer told me when the needle hits the top of the red area you can go 100 miles. Don't know if thats right never researched it. 95 Camry DX (?) BTW it's a coupe. Next time you go out see how many Toyota coupes you see. They are pretty rare.
Hi all,I've cleaned searvel cars in my area with toothpate,with good results,but whatever oxidation doesn't come off,then you have to sand them down with some 1000 grit wet/dry sandpaper,because the toothpaste itself,doesn't take it all off on some vehicles.Don't use the gel,just regular white stuff.Wash it off with water and put wax on it to protect it.You may have to repeat every few months,when you see it clouding up again.