09-25-2012, 08:22 AM
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: northeastern, NY
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Originally Posted by Justintoxicated
I don't think its required here but I do think it IS required to have blend. I wonder if there is any point in putting in premium. I guess I have to just get premium and HOPE it is only 5.7% ethanol vs 10%.
"The fifteen states that don't require stations to tell you if the gasoline contains ethanol: (alphabetically) California, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Ohio.
Read more at http://blog.gasbuddy.com/posts/Does-your-state-require-ethanol-labeling/1715-402716-251.aspx#6QtKWUHMCQxxC0mc.99"
Also I found this, but it's kind of confusing. Does this state that ALL gas has to be 10% or simply that it is easiest to meet the requirements by making all gas 10% blend?
I haven't seen any labeling of E10 E0 E85 etc EVER.
Up until a year or so ago, new york state required ethanol only in certain areas where air pollution was considered to be a problem, like NYC, buffalo, etc. Then the idiots in charge decided that the whole state should be E10 compliant. what a pita. Since then (in two diff cars) i've noticed a good 5% drop in mileage both city and hwy. sucks.