We can end our dependence on oil within the next 10 years, but it won't happen by magic. It's up to us to create the conditions necessary to give drivers a choice of fuels at the pump. Competition will reduce prices, cut pollution, improve health and strengthen the nation.
Fuel Freedom will reduce the cost of driving your car or truck by forcing gasoline to compete with other fuels. Competition will energize the economy, strengthen our national security, and reduce emissions that harm the environment and our health.
Even if the CAFE standard's impact falls short of estimates, it is but one of several policies that combined compel the industry toward electric vehicles, according to a former GM engineer and mobility expert.
In New York state, Reuters analysis shows 20% of the US car fleet could safely use E15, much higher than the 14% estimated by the American Automobile Association in June 2015, and that number will continue to rise as drivers buy new vehicles going into the end of the year. Despite growing capability...
Michael BuckleyI use E-15 in our 2012 chev . Traverse . Runs great used it for 4 years no troubles . Have a 2013 chev . 1500 flex fuel use E-85 all the time . All vechicals comeing off line should be flex fuel . You can use e 15 to E-85 if you choose . That way OPEC or other big oil can't cut off oil . Between our oil and ethanol they can't hurt us . Use E-15 to E-85 its American jobs ,farmers , railroads , truckers and in Ethanal plants . All high paying jobs .
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Joseph ThompsonE-15 is actually harder on engines, less power, and more expensive in the long run because your engine has to use more at a time to get the same performance as gas