Drivers Want A Clean Air Choice At Pump and Dealership

July 2006
Convenience Store News;7/17/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents information on an online survey that shows consumer awareness of the ethanol-based alternative fuel E85 is relatively high at 60%. According to an American Lung Association-funded survey, more than 80% of drivers polled would prefer an E85-capable flexible fuel vehicle. More than 5 million flexible fuel vehicles capable of fueling on any mix of E85 or gasoline are now on American roadways. Nearly all respondents in all regions expressed strong interest in purchasing a vehicle that could use E85.


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