Post suggestions and comments about pure-gas.org 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 and they will never be added to the database. Ever.

I absolutely hate to get political, but I am also very worried about what President Trump is currently doing on ethanol. – Quando Raines II, Abbeville, MS (October 10, 2018)

Well, it IS political. And, the simple truth is that the ArcherDanielsMidland-type groups have been more involved in lobbying Congress than we, as individuals, have. Ethanol is too well entrenched, at this point, to think we can rid ourselves of it. I believe our best bet, now, is to persue it as a "freedom of choice" issue outside of Non-Attainment Areas. Even assuming ethanol serves a legitimate purpose, outside of N-A Areas there is no legitimacy. – Ron StubblefieldCypress, Tx. (October 10, 2018)
looks like you need a Google API developer key for the Google maps to be displayed without the watermark – chrisPA (October 11, 2018)
I have one, chris. I just don't like the billing part of it with the new system - the traffic goes well over the developer allowance. The easiest way to prevent being billed is to remove the billing method, which leaves a watermark nowadays. – SamSanta Fe, NM (October 11, 2018)
I use the web site and the android app ... in the app gas stations tab there are stations that have no info while the web page station list does. In the app Map mode, clicking a station marker does not give any info like octane, address etc as the web portal does ... can they be linked in the app? can't find version /check for updates in the app.. Thank You so much for years of this resource as I prefer to run non-ethanol for better gas miles, less damage, stability in stored tanks, longer lasting 2-stroke mix, etc. it is invaluable when I am traveling outside my home area, too. Thanks Again ;) – BuLL DiamondMillington, Tn. (October 13, 2018)
Glad to see you are still supporting this site. Thanks you for keeping this resource going all these years! I hope you will continue for many years to come! – AaronSalt Lake City (October 14, 2018)
First, our Washington state has 300+ sources of E0, but at major inflated prices above E10... 90cents or more(at least in the counties closest to me). Second, all E0 I have ever used provides 8% to 5% better MPG than E10, as well as running the engine a bit smoother AND with a trace extra low rpm torque. Now, comparing two 100% pure gas(E0) stations, one "near" me(next town over) & another NOT near me (3 towns away). I love the station 3 towns away, because they sell E0 for ~ 30+ cents per gallon less than most "local" E0 stations. They change their gas prices readily, as general E10 prices go up & down. As for the E0 station in the next town, their octane 87 E10 price has locked into $4 per gallon for a long time, even with the E10 prices jumping up & down. Thus, their gas prices have been as high as $1.10(+?) per gallon higher than E10. Presently, with the cost of E10 jumping up strongly, the E0 station is "only" 80cents per gallon more than E10. Just a little local E0 information. – litesongEverett, WA (October 15, 2018)
litesong, I've noticed that here in CO, too. We've been getting more stations lately, but E0 is still significantly more per gallon. I'm going to fill up tonight and currently the station I go to has E10 prices at 85-2.849, 87-3.079, 91-3.329, and last time I was there the 87E0 price was 3.179, but I think the 87E10 price was closer to 2.97, so I expect the E0 to be higher than last week. – JohnGreeley, CO (October 18, 2018)
when i travel in my vintage 1978 vw bus, i plan my journey station to station non ethanol., so far so good. thank you very much for providing this list of gasoline stations. sincerely~1978 magical mystery tour~its magical – 1978magicamysterytourstow,ohio (October 21, 2018)
I have no problem whatsoever with the spread of E15 just so long as it doesn't diminish the availability of pure gas. If people want to shove corn into their engines, reduce their mileage and increase mechanical problems, that's not my concern. In the meantime, if it makes farmers happy, as well as the folks who think they're getting a bargain at the gas pump, fine by me. – Robert KingsleyAlabama (October 21, 2018)
I agree in principle, Robert, and I have no issues with E10 (which I often fuel my Subaru with) IF pure gas is available. But E15 is a VERY serious issue in California, where E0 effectively does not exist - if they go completely from E10 to E15, a lot of motorcycles (among other vehicles) will be seriously affected, because they actually cannot run well on E15. In fact, the motorcycle lobby in California has fought a complete E10 to E15 transition year after year and has succeeded so far. As it is now, folks in California with bikes like my BMW K75 have to replace fuel line components on a regular basis or find Viton replacements, which often don't exist. With E15, that maintenance cycle would increase dramatically. – SamSanta Fe, NM (October 21, 2018)
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