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Old 08-01-2007, 11:12 PM
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E85 in AZ

Does anyone know where to buy E85 in AZ? What about cost, how much is it?
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E85 locator web site. http://www.e85refueling.com/
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Here's another one:http://www.e85fuel.com.
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Old 08-05-2007, 05:05 PM
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Sorry, same website. OOPS!!!
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Well we have it covered.
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I was expecting E85 to be much cheeper, I guess I was wrong, I had heard it was around $1-$1.5 a gallon.... that must be bogus info....damn that grapevine
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Here in Michigan I saw it for $2.54. Reg gas $3.05
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That makes sense considering ethanol is SUBSIDIZED by American TAX DOLLARS at $0.51 a gallon. Later... Mike....
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Anyone find it interesting that the subsidized amount ALMOST makes ethanol equal to gasoline in the cost per mile of operation?


In other words, at the cheaper price and factoring in the loss of fuel mileage, it will STILL cost more to run ethanol for 1000 miles than it will gasoline.
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fuel prices just screw us no matter which way you turn. I'm getting a moped...lol, maybe not, I'll just keep paying thru the nose for my diesel
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