Here in Wisconsin there are several old 2 tank stations that sell only 87 in different ethanol blends from E0 onward with a lower than average price increase on e0 I have bugged the owner "Riiser" to bring back the old cheap midgrade / premium gimmick that used 2 tanks with a blender to provide multiple octanes and they aren't interested. It seems that in the last 8 years stations have started to enjoy the $1.50 a gallon premium price for premium. I would love a cheap e15 90 octane source just as much as I love e0 for winter fuel on small motors. Ah well, can't bring back the fuel freedom of 2005
Originally Posted by Nyogtha
E0 gasoline is NOT banned in Texas, but sells att a legislatively mandated disadvantage due to FEDERAL legislation and promulgated rules. TiredTroller is caught in his own doublespeak. Here's an additional USEPA link to complement all the other factual links I've already posted. https://www.epa.gov/.