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More warnings about E15 risks

New research has been published by the Coordinating Research Council’s (CRC) Advanced Vehicle/Fuel/Lubricants Committee that indicates E15 use could pose serious safety risks on certain model vehicles. In 2010, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the increased use of ethanol in ethanol-gasoline blends to 15% (E15) for certain vehicles. For It’s time to log … Continued

New research has been published by the Coordinating Research Council’s (CRC) Advanced Vehicle/Fuel/Lubricants Committee that indicates E15 use could pose serious safety risks on certain model vehicles.

In 2010, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the increased use of ethanol in ethanol-gasoline blends to 15% (E15) for certain vehicles. For

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