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.”

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EPA chief fails to alleviate Iowans’ #E15 and RFS concerns https://t.co/8Wa8Xq84Lz #biofuel

via @NZ_Bioenergy

Here’s a quote that sums things up: “We are sick of the runaround on the E15,” said Kevin Ross, an Iowa farmer from Pottawattamie County, which Trump won with 58 percent of the vote. “This is something that has gone on way too long.”

via @JarrettRenshaw

With midterm elections on the horizon, there is mounting pressure for @EPA to deliver on sales of #E15YearRound and bring rural America the relief it needs. Check out @Reuters @JarrettRenshaw's article on the importance of #E15 to our farmers: reuters.com/article/us-usa…

via @GrowthEnergy

Here’s my on-the-ground story that looks at how ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ Trade/biofuel policy could impact mid term elections in Iowa. https://t.co/gC3HGyDeNi

via @JarrettRenshaw