Post suggestions and comments about the website and pure gas in general below. Please do NOT post about the Android app not working - we know, and Jeff will fix it!

Comments about specific stations will be deleted – those should go in the station comments. If you find a station listing in error, update it or remove it.  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. Feel free to add price information to the station updates if you wish.

Should the station brand not be designated in the brand dropbox if the non-ethanol gas is not that brand? Or: should we, for instance, call a station a "Shell" or "Exxon" to make it easier to find and then just add notes that the E0 gas is itself a different brand or non-brand? Rick Mozeleski, a/k/a – MadFuelerWinston-Salem, NC (November 8, 2019)
Rick in NC, Its been my experience that regardless of whether or not a station's E0 is branded to the station brand that as long as they accept the brand credit card to pay for the fuel then the station brand should be applied. Like you said it makes it easier for a motorist to locate an E0 station. There are few occasions where a station might be branded one oil company and their E0 and racing fuel is branded another oil company. . – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (November 8, 2019)
The map is now working (albeit with the same annoying dark gray background and watermark as before), and is now showing updated locations - and the app map is too! Rick Mozeleski, a/k/a – MadFuelerWinston-Salem, NC (November 10, 2019)
Would You please remove all Petro Canada stations ...all their pumps are contaminated with Ethanol...Petro Canada stations are government run and they are trying to distort the fact that they pump Ethanol free fuel...when they do not.....period Thanks...Fred Willard – Fred WillardOttawa Canada (November 10, 2019)
Fred -- I've removed the mention of Petro-Canada on the home page, as per what they say on their website:

"Do we put ethanol in our Petro‑Canada gas? Yes, all of our grades of gas, including our Ultra 94 high octane fuel , contain up to 10% ethanol content. This is required by federal and provincial regulations. Refer to your owner’s manual or manufacturer to ensure your lawnmower, chainsaw or other equipment is compatible with ethanol-blended gas, or for tips on how to preserve your engine."

However, I have a policy of NOT removing individual stations that I haven't personally visited; so I'll leave it up to folks to remove Petro-Canada stations that no longer serve E0. They certainly used to -- I rode all over Quebec some years ago on Petro-Canada E0 94, which was lovely on my old BMW bike! – SamSanta Fe (November 11, 2019)
Please add Deland Aviation, The are now selling Swift UL94, a 98AKI unleaded ethanol free aviation fuel. 1210 Flight Line Blvd DeLand, FL 32724 United States of America Telephone: 386-740-1955 Email: Web site: there is a map with other locations selling this fuel. – John Schreiberfort lauderdale (November 14, 2019)
Hello again Sam...I am very sorry to have to bother You again but...I have to address some if the stupidity that some of these wise guys post on this site...I can tell You that from travelling extensively throughout New Brunswick , Nova Scotia, P.E.I. and Newfoundland and that...not all unleaded stations are 0 Ethanol ...only the ones that are posted should be considered as such...thanks Sam.🇨🇦 – Fred WillardCanada (November 17, 2019)
Like your app, wish you had a way to personalize the list for individual needs 91 octane and above with the map buttons active – Robbie RobertsonAwendaw, SC (November 18, 2019)
You could likely remove the Costco listed stations in Ontario as well. I don't believe that the pumps have a dedicated nozzle at the pump which dispense only 91 Octane. Only one nozzle on the pump. The octane selection is done at the pump. Therefore you will always have ethanol added to your first litre or so of 91. Due to the lower octane gas with ethanol, having to be purged from the pump system, which goes then you put into your gas tank first. The only exception might be if the vehicle prior to you filling up, had selected 91. – BillOntario (November 19, 2019)
Bill in ON: While I can't give an official word, the practice I've always seen is just to issue a caveat in the station comments when the E0 gas comes from the same hose as E10, but that doesn't disqualify it from being listed altogether. Though what you get may not technically end up being zero percent ethanol, it'll still be a heck of a lot less than otherwise. Rick Mozeleski a/k/a – MadFuelerWinston-Salem, NC (November 19, 2019)