Ethanol-free gas may become harder to find, more expensive – Mason City Globe Gazette

by admin on August 13, 2013

Ethanol-free gas may become harder to find, more expensive
Mason City Globe Gazette
The new 87 regular octane fuel without ethanol will cost more — some estimates are 30 to 50 cents higher per gallon — while the cost of ethanol-blended gas, used by more than 80 percent of Iowa motorists, will remain about the same. “We've battled
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