Post suggestions and comments about below. I reserve the right to remove them at my discretion, especially if they have a clear political angle. Pure gas is a nonpartisan issue. I'm a Democratic Socialist, many users of this site are right-wing Republicans, even Tea Party, and yet we can all agree that ethanol policy is a mistake. It's not a liberal or conservative policy, it's the result of heavy lobbying by the ethanol industry, like ADM, combined with a massive blunder by the EPA in their attempt to spur the adoption of E85 vehicles back in 2007. We can all get along on this just fine.

Comments about specific stations are deleted – those should go in the station comments. If you find a station listing in error, update it or remove it. This page is for general comments about the site and pure gas, of interest to all visitors. Also, comments requesting that gas prices be added will be deleted. Read about this site or just think for a minute about how this site is updated. Prices would never be accurate on this site. in SW Austin, Texas sells lawn mower parts and the website says 'mid-grade and premium gas generally has little or no ethanol'. do you find that to be true ? i had guessed that they had more ethanol to increase the octane. Thanks, at your leisure, Dave – David SanfordCanyon Lake, Texas (October 5, 2015)
Normally, mid-grade and premium gasoline have the same amount of ethanol (10%). The difference is the A.K.I. of the Carbob - for a nominal 87 AKI, the base stock is 83-85 AKI, for 89 AKI, the base stock is 84-86 AKI, and for 91-93, the base stock is 87-91 AKI.

(Yes, thanks to California's outlandish blending requirements, it's crowding out the market for standard RBOB. Three words: economies of scale.) – __RVXDallas, TX (October 5, 2015)
Also, I would be wary of blender pumps, and 'mid-grade' fuel. A prime example would be some of the newer 7-11s that stock five grades of fuel from three USTs. (reg/mid/premium)

Some stations have a dedicated UST for each fuel product: regular, mid-grade, premium, and diesel/kerosene. Each tank has a separate pipe to the dispenser, and each grade of gasoline contains <=10% ethanol. Fair enough.

Other stations may have two tanks for gasoline, and the dispenser mixes the contents of both tanks (regular/premium) to generate the mid-grade product.

Result: the mid-grade fuel may test 89 AKI, but it may also contain >10% ethanol, potentially in violation of Federal law.

Of course, the E.P.A. couldn't care less about that. – __RVXDallas, TX (October 5, 2015)
RVX in Dallas, I am well familiar with blender pumps. Its one of the primary reasons that more stations don't offer E0 fuel, because they are under contract to their supplier and brander to sell a specific octane with 10% ethanol blend.

However can you explain why 89 octane E10 is in violation of EPA regs? Are you trying to say that 89 octane E10 has more than 10% ethanol? Can you elaborate a bit more? Thanks – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (October 5, 2015)
Just did a 17 day tour through Washington, Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota. Found quite a few station listed as offering pure gas that did not have it. Also found many stations that had at least ethanol free premium that were not listed by the app. – murrayBritish columbia (October 5, 2015)
Murray in BC, Did you take the opportunity to make corrections on the site for the stations you came across? Anecdotal stories such as yours do absolutely no good if folks like you don't follow through and list/de-list stations as you come across them?

You can still work your way back through the states you visited and locate the stations you claim do not sell E0 gas to de-list them while your trip is fresh on your mind.

Personally when I travel I keep a log of the stations I visit so I can update the info like octane, hours, brand, phone, and price. Its easy to do and it helps keep the info current. Once again anecdotal non-specific info about stores and stations on this site without hard facts is completely useless. – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (October 6, 2015)
.....through Washington.....Found quite a few station listed as offering pure gas that did not have it. Also found many stations that had at least ethanol free premium that were not listed by the app. – murray, British columbia (October 5, 2015).......Live in Washington, & lists E0 stations accurately, deleting stations that don't serve E0 anymore & adding new E0 stations properly. Sometimes, while on the road & rushing, vacationers may not see the one E0 pump away from the main E10 pumps or they don't have time to verify pump labeling. – litesongEverett, WA (October 6, 2015)
In October 2013, NY was in 14th place among E0 sources. But NY really took off, passing state after state, who were also increasing their E0 sources. Finally, NY plunked down in 4th place & seemed that it would pass OK in 3rd place. However, NY slowed its rate of increasing E0 sources. NC, which NY had previously passed, then jumped over NY......AND TODAY, NC leaped over OK & is now in 3rd place. – litesongEverett, WA (October 6, 2015)
Address field seems to be displaying the wrong address for some entries, seems to be duplicating the address from an adjacent entry. – Mike (October 6, 2015)
Whoa, Mike, that would be a crazy bug. Please give me some examples so I can see the issue and fix it. We've got over 10,000 listings. – SamMadison, WI (October 6, 2015)
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