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Hi how can I get a business account at the drew station in Cairo ga – JohnCairo ga (July 9, 2018)
Recently, I reported 47+MPG for the Hyundai Accent using E0. Later, a couple tanks in a row gave 45MPG & thought the 47MPG would be an outlier. However, today another tank turned in 48MPG! Yeah, the Accent has 130,000+ miles & turning its best E0 MPG ever. – litesongEverett, WA (July 9, 2018)
In Eastern Canada a delivery driver said only time they get ethanol fuel, is if there is a partial load that was made for a US delivery and didnt go, so they mix it in with the regular non ethanol fuel to fill the load. so they add the label at the pump in case there might ever be such a load come to the station – Don MacLeodHalifax (July 11, 2018)
where can i find the better gas in my area – stephan l greenhowell nj (July 12, 2018)
Stephan in NJ, Unfortunately NJ is in the middle of a region that the EPA has mandated to meet certain clean air standards. They mistakenly believe that ethanol is a good oxygenate to help lower emissions. The fact is that ethanol raises nitrous oxide emissions. None the less with the exception of specialty shops where E0 fuel can be very expensive you would have to drive 100+ miles into Pa to find reasonably priced E0 fuel at the pump. This is an issue you should take up with your state reps and senators. Good luck. – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (July 12, 2018)
"The fact is that ethanol raises nitrous oxide emissions. – Jonathan Lathbury, Atlanta, Georgia (July 12, 2018)"/////// Hi Jonathan...... Does ethanol raise nitrous oxide emissions due to hotter temperatures? My own contention is that ethanol has an octane of 114 & thus has a delayed ignition timing compared to 87 octane 100% gasoline, as burned in a low compression ratio 87 octane designed gasoline engine. That is why ethanol misses the power stroke & produces little power in said engine. With such incomplete burning of ethanol in an 87 octane designed gasoline engine, I wonder how nitrous oxide could be produced in great quantities. Now ethanol burned properly in a high compression ratio(16:1) ethanol INDY engine might produce lots of nitrous oxide. – litesongEverett, WA (July 13, 2018)
Any details about Mobil gas?? Now at local No Frills.

thx – alHanover (July 14, 2018)
There's nothing special about Mobil gas in general that I know of. E0 variations exist (from particular distributors) I think, like any other brand. But like all gas, it depends on the location and particular station. – SamSanta Fe (July 14, 2018)
E0 variations exist (from particular distributors) I think, like any other brand. – Sam, Santa Fe (July 14, 2018)//////////// Hi Sam...... I see very little difference in 87 octane E0 that I've burned in my 87 octane gasoline engines over many years. At times, I noted greater variations in E10 MPG (not burned properly) in my cars, compared to E0 proper burning. I've always suspected that E10 ethanol percentages vary more, mixed outside refineries, than actual pure gasoline variations, constructed in the refinery. The various lawsuits due to double blending(E20) & other mis-blendings with ethanol percentages as high as 64%, pretty much prove my contentions. – litesongEverett, WA (July 14, 2018)
As if to also prove my contention, in my post just above, that E0 has less processing variation than E10, my last 3 tanks of E0 in our Hyundai Elantra have given between 43 & 43.4MPG. Think that might be some kind of record for my MPG closeness. ALL RIGHT with E0. – litesongEverett, WA (July 17, 2018)
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