What cars can take E85 fuel?

Answer There are a select number of cars from several car manufacturers that can take E85 fuel. These include GM, Ford, Chrysler and a few foreign car companies. A car that can take E85 is usually labeled... Read More »

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Cars That Can Run on E85 Fuel?

E85 refers to the percentage of ethanol that's present in the fuel being consumed. E85 means "ethanol 85 percent," meaning 85 percent of this fuel comes from ethanol; the remaining 15 percent is ga... Read More »

How is fuel for cars made?

Fuel for cars, called gasoline in the United States and petrol in Commonwealth countries, is made by refining and processing crude oil to produce a consistent product that guarantees a standard lev... Read More »

Is E85 fuel used in older cars?

No. Never put E-85 in a vehicle not equipped with an engine specifically manufactured to burn it. The first "flex-fuel" vehicles were made in the late 1990s so if your car is older than that, don't... Read More »

What is, "cars that run on fuel cells"?

Sadly, fuel cell cars are a boondoggle, a diversion to hold back electric cars. An electric car will always be cheaper to buy and operate than a fuel cell car. I believe my explanation below will m... Read More »