Does Ethanol Hurt a Car Engine?

Answer Ethanol is a form of alcohol that is widely used in the United States to make fuel burn with fewer resultant emissions. Fuel with an ethanol additive is normally sold as an E10-grade fuel, a mixtur... Read More »

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Can a Toyota gas engine run on ethanol?

A Toyota gas engine can run on ethanol, only if the vehicle has been specifically modified to operate with flex fuel: straight gasoline or an ethanol blend. Some flex fuel vehicles have labels on t... Read More »

How to Make a Car Engine Ethanol Ready?

With gasoline emissions seemingly destroying the environment, many people are looking for alternative fuel sources, including ethanol, which is distilled from corn, sugar or wheat. While saving the... Read More »

Does ethanol improve gas mileage?

On One Hand: E10 and Fuel EconomyE10, or "gasohol," is a fuel blend of 10 percent ethanol and 90 percent gasoline (most car models built since 1998 are equipped to handle gasohol). Ethanol is used ... Read More »

Does bp gasoline contain ethanol?

Gasoline sold by BP includes blends that contain ethanol, a fuel made from sugar cane or grain. BP gasoline in the United States, through the company's Amoco and Arco brands, has contained ethanol ... Read More »