E85 is a great choice for flex-fuel vehicle (FFV) owners. E85 contains a mix of 51-83% ethanol and the remainder is gasoline.

An FFV is a vehicle designed to operate on any ethanol blend, ranging from E10 to E85. Today, there are more than 19.3 million FFVs on the road – saving drivers money and improving engine performance every day.

Your owner’s manual should clearly indicate if your vehicle is flex-fuel ready. Often, these vehicles will feature a yellow gas cap that is clearly labeled “E85 Compatible.”

The Get Biofuel Fuel Finder makes it simple to find the nearest station selling higher blends of ethanol fuel.

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