If you have a flex fuel vehicle (or are considering buying one), check to see if a station is near you:
For prices, check here: http://www.e85prices.com/Those that have E85 available, what is the price per gallon? Is it cheaper than 87 Octane gasoline?
yeah really, one in massachusetts isnt cutting it. neither is one on L.I.Wouldnt it be nice to get an E85 station in New England that is actually where people could use it..
That's because the Minnesota taxpayer and the federal government are subsidizing the ethanol industry.:rant:It about adds up...... The smaller cities are left out completely and for some reason there is more in MN. There still isn't nearly enough stations around for most of us.
Interesting how it still doesn't add up:
(from E85 website and wikipedia)
East Baton Rouge- 412,000 people 2 E85 stations
New Orleans- 280,000 (est) people- 0 stations
Atlanta - 486,000 people- 1 E85 station
Houston - 2,100,000 people- 5 E85 stations
Salt Lake City- 178,000 people - 0 stations
Augusta, Ga- 189,000 people- 0 E85 stations
Phoenix- 1,512,000- 3 E85 stations
Minneapolis- 369,000 people - 6 E85 Stations
Adrian, MN- 1,200 people- 2 E85 stations
Well, if you want to ban E85, then you need to ban ALL oil subsidies, and that INCLUDES going to war for the crap.That's because the Minnesota taxpayer and the federal government are subsidizing the ethanol industry.:rant:
They should ban that e85 crap !!:barf:
It's to build infrastructure so that we won't be held hostage by OPEC. Imagine if all regular gas was replaced with E85 when we get boycotted for dropping a nuke on Iran or something.Well, if you want to ban E85, then you need to ban ALL oil subsidies, and that INCLUDES going to war for the crap.
I don't like government meddling in anything. However, if they are going to insist on meddling, at least E85 is something positive, instead of blowing 3 TRILLION dollars trying to force the middle east to pretend that they like us.