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EPA Reveals E15 Label

Drivers of passenger vehicles made in 2001 or later and drivers who own a vehicle with a flex-fuel engine will soon be able to buy E15 gasoline, a blend that is 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline. Previously, all cars used E10 gasoline, according to the Clean Air Act. To make drivers aware of the change, the Environmental Protection Agency has released an orange and black label that summarizes the standardization. The regulation also applies to light-duty trucks and ... continue reading»

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