That may raise manufacturer warranty issues as well. Owners manuals state
how much ethanol can be used in fuel; often it's about 10% or so. When
Oregon mandated all-year 10% ethanol, IIRC that was a consideration in the
discussions. (BTW, now they're seriously considering increasing registration
fees for electric vehicles because they do not pay as much gas tax money - I
am not making this up.) Unless it's a FlexFuel/E85 vehicle, I would be
concerned. I don't know if there are any OTC additives like fuel stabilizer
that can counteract ethanol.
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