Ole Tyme Corner Store - UNBRANDED
701 Mahoning St, Lehighton PA
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 90
GPS coordinates: N 40.83229 W 75.71934 (located from address)
Updated by Chris, March 16, 2020 8:22 CDT
Still selling the same as described below. Ethanol "free", except for the first few ounces, due to a shared hose. Current price as of 3/16/20 is $2.39. Nice people.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, February 25, 2019 17:42 CST
This station does sell E0 gas. It has a shared hose with the other gas grades so a tiny little bit of ethanol may be in the gas. If you need absolute E0 then pump a little into your car or a can before filling whatever you need the E0 for. Pennsylvania law requires the sign to say "may contain up to 3% ethanol" because of the shared hose but in reality it is not that high at all. If you were filling a car with 10 gallons then the ethanol content would be below .1%.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, February 25, 2019 17:35 CST
Removed by Phil Brown, February 25, 2019 17:18 CST
Not ethanol free
Updated by Phil Brown, February 25, 2019 17:15 CST
None of this gas is ethanol free
Updated by Derek, May 14, 2018 10:28 CDT
Another update 5/14/2018. Noticed the sign posted explaining the " up to 3% ethanol" on the premium pump. Sign states they cannot call it ethanol free because 1 hose shares all 3 grades of fuel. Also the octane rating was labled 90 down from its former 91.
Updated by Derek, April 21, 2018 8:16 CDT
Stopped at this station on April 19th 2018 and the 91 octane now states " may contain up to %3 ethanol"
Updated by Rob, March 27, 2018 10:51 CDT
Just called and verified they sell ethanol free gas there for $2.79/gal.
Updated by Jim, August 10, 2017 12:31 CDT
91 octane is E0, however the disclaimer on the pump reads that it can not be legally posted as 0% because the pump only has one hose for all three grades (read the whole label). If selecting 91 you may get a bit of 87 or 89 E10 in your tank until the line is flushed with 91. The 91 runs fine in my three old bikes and my Guzzi gets ~10% better fuel mileage with E0 rather than E10.
Updated by Quentin, August 09, 2017 18:34 CDT
This gas caused problems with my bike. I'm sure there was water in it. Gas also contained up to 3% Ethanol as per the sign on the pump.
Updated by Ben, June 27, 2017 15:30 CDT
There should be a Non-Ethanol label on the pump itself. It has a sticker saying it may contain up to 10% ethanol and the store clerk doesn't know if you ask.
Updated by John, September 05, 2016 13:53 CDT
Nice friendly clerk. Busy Small local station. 3 pumps. 91 octane is E-FREE. 9-5-16 $2.89. Happy small engines !!!!
Posted by Jerry, August 20, 2016 13:01 CDT