The last thing you want to do in Days Gone is run of fuel in your bike, in this guide we show you how to refuel the bike so you can always keep yourself safe. You have just managed to escape a horde Freakers in Days Gone. You scramble to your bike, jump on, and make it ten feet down the road before it comes to a halt. That doesn't sound like a whole lot of fun, so you always want to be sure your bike is fully fueled. In this guide, we will show you how to refuel the bike, so you never die in such an unfortunate way. How To Refuel The Bike In Days Gone There are a couple of ways to refuel your bike in Days Gone. The first is by using gas canisters that you can find throughout the world. Buildings will always have a chance to contain a gas canister. If you pick it up and carry it to your bike, the option to refuel the bike will appear. Just press the Circle button, and the bike will start to fill up, showing you a percentage meter of how much gas it contains. You don't really want to rely on chance to get your fuel, so you can also get the Mechanic at Encampments to refuel your bike for you. The downside to this is that it costs money, and you simply may not have a huge amount of it at certain points in the game. The last way to refuel your bike is at dedicated refueling points spread out around the world. These are marked on the map with gas pumps, so you can just head there and top up the tank. I'd advise you to never pass one of these points without topping off the gas in your tank, believe me when I say that you really don't want to run out of gas in the middle of nowhere.