primer on Ethanol,
This commentary is a must-read, and in Bobby’s typical style, he
separates the wheat from the chaff – or in this case the corn from
If you have a FFV
(Flex Fuel Vehicle), you have choices at the pump: gasoline and
Ethanol (both E10 and E85).
If you’re wondering if you have a
To learn how your Vehicle Identification
Number (VIN) reveals the answer,
For E85 distribution around the nation,
If you’re wondering why no such
locator exists for E10, it’s because no national labeling policy
exists, and only South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa mandate such pump
branding at a state level. That means that you could be enjoying
the benefits of E10…and never know it. Of course, the next week,
you could be pumping pure gas or another percentage Ethanol
blend…and never know it. Be curious. Ask your station manager
what’s in the underground tanks. Better yet, request a clearly
branded E10 pump.
For more Enfo, listen to Bobby’s
Tom Slunecka, Executive
Director of EPIC (Ethanol Promotion and Information Council).