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EPA ups amount of ethanol allowed in summer gas, but read your manual first

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Fuel pumpThe EPA last week approved higher amounts of ethanol blended into gasoline to be sold at gas stations in the U.S. during summer months, but many automakers warn against using fuel with more than 10 percent ethanol content in their vehicles. The EPA said that it will allow fuel with 15 percent ethanol content—marketed as E15 at pumps—to...

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Okay, I've said this before, and I will continue saying it. Besides the corn lobby, where is the demand for E15? Who is asking for it or rather why is the government pushing it? The automakers are not certifying it for the cars on the road, in fact they are saying the opposite. It may damage your vehicle. So why allow it in the first place? The public isn't demanding this? There is the smog issue. WTF EPA? Why are we going here in the first place?

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