Who is gonna pay for it?

I mean, unless you have a Flex Fuel vehicle then your car’s warranty usually states that blends up to 10% ethanol are approved…but higher than that voids your warranty.

IF the Federal Government mandates 15%, then what? What happens when your cars fuel system has issues? Rubber hoses, seals, some metal parts….all may well degrade in a bath of 85% gasoline and 15% ethanol.

What happens to your warranty?

Is this an attempt to get people to have to replace cars sooner? Biden and his Ilk would like you to change to electric, so maybe this is a way of getting gasoline powered cars off the road….

Something to think about.

3 thoughts on “Who is gonna pay for it?

  1. I have a 2022 F150 and had a 2020 Explore and both will run E15 all day, but not E85. Running E85 requires a Flex Fuel vehicle.

    From other sites car manufacturers adapted to allow up to E15 over 10 years ago.

  2. Hmmm…..seems like a good time to get a couple “fuel ethanol content” testers and stockpile some non-ethanol gas. Test what you buy from the pump and dilute the ethanol with real gasoline.

    More $$$ but cheaper than engine rebuilds.

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