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Ethanol Gasoline – Why you want to avoid using it if at all possible.

Ethanol Gasoline – Why you want to avoid using it if at all possible.

(Requires paid member status to access.)by George Dyke…..From an automotive standpoint, there is nothing good about ethanol, the blend of gasoline (typically 10-percent) sold at most pumps around the country.Ethanol is hygroscopic –it absorbs water.One would think that the ability of gas to abs ...
Death by Ethanol

Death by Ethanol

Citroën owners and classic car enthusiasts alike in Ontario, as the provincial government already has us "bent over and assuming the position" with respect to hydro pricing, their next move is to increase ethanol amounts in motor vehicle fuels.  John Carlson, President & CEO of the Nationa ...
The ‘Unintended Effects’ of Government-Mandated Ethanol

The ‘Unintended Effects’ of Government-Mandated Ethanol

Ethanol is a strong solvent and cleanser, and while small amounts will keep your engine clean, excess alcohol will wear down engine parts and make the engine run hotter.  Ethanol in gasoline degrades fuel lines, membranes in fuel pumps, and has generally been recognized by automotive experts to dam ...

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