Not Logged In Log In   Sign Up   Points Leaders
Follow Us    10:37 PM

Message Forum - Read Message

Category: Madison discussion > Topics Add to favorite topics   Post new topicPost New Topic
Author Topic: 100% Gas / No Ethanol / Non-Oxygenated - Gas Stations Back to Topics
cmistark

Rookie Author
Madison

Posts:4
Points:9,630
Joined:Apr 2007
Message Posted: Apr 24, 2007 9:51:38 AM

Hi,

Just found this site, so I'm going to dive right in.
First, let me clarify...
1. This is not a "Non-Ethanol is better than Ethanol" post.
2. I don't want to start any debate of my gas is better than your gas.
3. I just want locations of gas stations.
5. Please save your environmental/Holier-than-Thou replies for a different topic

Let me tell you a little about my situation...

I have a 1997 Nissan Sentra that gets between 30 and 32MPG normal driving (90% highway - 10% city)on 10% ethanol blend when driving the speed limit. When using tips from "hypermilers" I got 36ish MPG (yes I'm one of those 55-in-a-65) (No, I'm not old, I'm 28).

My owners manual specifically states that ethanol blends are NOT approved for my car. I happened upon a gas station between Stoughton and Janesville on I-90/94 that prides itself in selling 100% gas. I put my weekly gas budget of $25 in my car and got >40MPG driving the speed limit (I travelled 266 miles on less than 6.5 gallons of gas). Since then, I have not been able to find a gas station that advertises 100% gas. I live in Stoughton and work right off the beltline on Old Sauk.

(and now for the point of this whole message...)
Does anyone know of any gas station that sells 100% gas in Middleton, South Madison, or Stoughton? I am willing to drive a few extra miles to get the +8 to +10MPG.

Thanks,

Clayton
REPLIES (newest first) Post a Reply
Profile Pic
frontrowjoe33
Champion Author Chicago

Posts:23,429
Points:3,150,995
Joined:Oct 2005
Message Posted: Dec 16, 2013 10:52:10 PM

For reference...

>
Stations with ethanol-free regular (87) near Madison
As of Dec 2013:

Cenex, 1755 N. Pleasant View Rd. Middleton
Cenex, 7515 University Ave. Middleton
Spirit, 2801 University Ave. Madison
U.S. Gas, 220 Cottage Grove Rd. Madison
Zurbuchen Oil, 309 Bruce St. Verona
Schwenn's Svc, 5601 Monona Dr. Monona
Profile Pic
frontrowjoe33
Champion Author Chicago

Posts:23,429
Points:3,150,995
Joined:Oct 2005
Message Posted: Dec 11, 2013 2:08:54 PM

Noticed the Kwik Trip in Verona has ethanol free premium. Regular was $3.02, Prem was $3.49.
Profile Pic
cupboy
Champion Author Salt Lake City

Posts:4,048
Points:1,535,250
Joined:Nov 2005
Message Posted: Dec 1, 2013 8:42:44 AM

I needed a car wash since my usual one seems to have closed down for the winter so stopped in at a BP on hwy 151 near the freeway and found ethanol free premium there for $3.69. Filled it up. Then got the car wash. Pretty good wash for $7.
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Oct 13, 2013 10:12:49 AM

Cenex
507 W Verona Ave near Legion St
Verona
(premium ethanol free)
Profile Pic
cupboy
Champion Author Salt Lake City

Posts:4,048
Points:1,535,250
Joined:Nov 2005
Message Posted: Sep 28, 2013 10:40:43 PM

There's a Shell near Middleton on University that has ethanol-free premium, 91 octane. Current pump price $4.01. Other grades have ethanol.
Profile Pic
cupboy
Champion Author Salt Lake City

Posts:4,048
Points:1,535,250
Joined:Nov 2005
Message Posted: Aug 24, 2013 2:37:32 PM

Shell on Monona Drive, near Hwy 51, in the constant-construction zone has 91 octane ethanol free.
Profile Pic
cupboy
Champion Author Salt Lake City

Posts:4,048
Points:1,535,250
Joined:Nov 2005
Message Posted: Aug 10, 2013 5:45:40 PM

91 octane ethanol free premium at Mobil Hwy 51 de forest ... paid $4.09 today
Profile Pic
frontrowjoe33
Champion Author Chicago

Posts:23,429
Points:3,150,995
Joined:Oct 2005
Message Posted: Jul 29, 2013 5:31:36 PM

Stations with ethanol-free regular (87) near Madison
As of July 2013...

Cenex, 1755 N. Pleasant View Rd. Middleton
Cenex, 7515 University Ave. Middleton
Spirit, 2801 University Ave. Madison
U.S. Gas, 220 Cottage Grove Rd. Madison
Zurbuchen Oil, 309 Bruce St. Verona
Schwenn's Svc, 5601 Monona Dr. Monona
Profile Pic
PhotoJohn
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:14
Points:242,180
Joined:May 2011
Message Posted: Jun 23, 2011 11:39:54 AM

Thank you
Profile Pic
kencrawleysc
Rookie Author South Carolina

Posts:13
Points:385
Joined:Jul 2008
Message Posted: Oct 11, 2010 2:54:35 PM

Ah, this website appears to remove weblinks!!!

Here is the website to check for Ethanol ZERO, written sort of backwards:

org.gas-pure.www//http:Here is the website to buy a decent ethanol test kit:
/<---if all you see is a slash, the link got removed

here it is sort of backwards:
com.fueltestkit.www//:httpThe best website that lists station by state then city that is user-maintained is

I carry a ethanol tester with me, along with a small bottle of water and a cup to make it easy to accurately measure the ethanol. You can get a tester at:
/

Some stations can only get premium in ethanol-free, so, pay attention to the listings. Here in Saint George SC, two stations have zero Ethanol, the Citgo offers all grades, another station, Mystic, only offers zero Eth in 91 octane because the regular is pre-mixed (that's bad!) in Augusta and trucked 2 hours over to my little town.

[Edited by: kencrawleysc at 10/11/2010 3:57:46 PM EST]
Profile Pic
WestSouthWest
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:2
Points:140
Joined:Sep 2010
Message Posted: Sep 12, 2010 5:41:41 PM

Here's another for NO ETHANOL information

/
Profile Pic
WestSouthWest
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:2
Points:140
Joined:Sep 2010
Message Posted: Sep 12, 2010 3:52:44 AM

Clayton,

I'm pasting a recent (8/30/10) finding for Madison...just cannot find out where I got it (web site). I am always searching for No Ethanol for my old engines.

Madison SHELL 91 Avenue Shell 4821 Annamark Dr N43.13264 W89.30036 map details

Madison PHILLIPS 66 91 DB's Service Center 902 Atlas Avenue N43.08525 W89.30751 map details

Madison CITGO 91 Francois Citgo - Commercial Ave 4905 Commercial Ave N43.10647 W89.29865 map details

Madison CITGO 91 Francois Citgo - Cottage Grove Rd 4601 Cottage Grove Road N43.08414 W89.30301 map details

Madison CITGO 91 Francois Citgo - Sherman Avenue 1010 N. Sherman Ave. N43.11124 W89.36381 map details

Madison SHELL 91 Hilldale Shell Food Mart 3401 University Ave N43.07525 W89.44481 map details
Madison CITGO 91 Madison Pantry Food Mart 2022 Fordem Ave N43.09851 W89.3641 map details

Madison SHELL 91 Northport Shell 1423 Northport Drive N43.13424 W89.37197 map details

Madison SHELL 91 Park Street Mini Mart 950 S Park St N43.05763 W89.3994 map details

Madison CITGO 91 Seversin's Service Center 3401 Milwaukee St N43.09946 W89.33175 map details

Madison UNBRANDED Spirit Gas 2801 University Ave. N43.07409 W89.43627 map details

Madison U.S. GAS 87 89 91 Wayne's Automotive 220 Cottage Grove Road N43.08371 W89.32261 map details

Middleton BP 91 Jim's BP Amoco 6504 University Avenue N43.09507 W89.49353 map details

Middleton CENEX 87 89 91 Middleton Farmers Co-op 1755 Pleasant View Road N43.08605 W89.53652 map details

Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Aug 11, 2010 7:52:54 PM

There are Web sites with lists of Wisconsin non-Ethanol gas stations. One is:

http://www.molonyrealestate.com/Ethanol_Free_Gas_Stations_in_Wisconsin.html

Some non-Ethanol blog threads exist that are current, see:

http://www.walleyecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41047&page=4



If you want to slog through the links, in your favorite search engine, search with:

wisconsin "non-Ethanol" gas stations



Regular gas out of refineries is slowly being dropped as refineries undergo overhauls. Premium will be around a lot longer for various technical factors of the refining cracking process.

If your gas station offers non-Ethanol premium that is the classical 20 cents above regular with ethanol, most cars will get you further on the Premium than the Regular as long as regular prices stay at about $2.50 or higher.

A lot depends on the driver and the engine designers goals. Never hurts to ask a really good specialist in carburation about your engine's design and whether Premium non-Ethanol is OK vis-a-vis the warranty, drivers manual, etc.
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Aug 11, 2010 7:41:25 PM

Kiwk Trip stations have Premium that is non-Ethanol. Kwik Trip has voluntarily subscribed to a "good gas" standard, called Top Tier, which features optimal detergent levels (http://www.toptiergas/retailers.html).


[Edited by: One2Go at 8/11/2010 8:47:24 PM EST]
Profile Pic
FloaterWI
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:1
Points:120
Joined:May 2010
Message Posted: May 27, 2010 10:07:33 PM

I just had $300 worth of carbs rebuild on my 1982 140hp Evinrude, and I have phase separation in the tank, the marina wants to pull the floor and replace the tank (it is aluminum, not fiberglass). I just want to know when I'm done with this mess where I can buy non ethanol gas. I travel all over northern IL for work and am in Janesville/ Rockford area on a regular basis. I will bring cans or just make a trip with boat on the trailer, I don't care. Can anyone give me any ideas? I live in Kenosha county, I used to be able to get in Lake Geneva (Walworth County) but now the stations gone

Thanks,
Doug
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Jan 28, 2010 5:52:30 PM

The CENEX in Middleton (the one just east of the Beltline) sells no-ethanol regular for $0.10 more a gallon than regular.

I mentioned to a station manager (who also buys the no-ethanol regular) that my thank you for a great deal on better gas is that I always pay in cash so that their profit margin doubles on my gas purchases.
Profile Pic
Preacherman09
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:1
Points:120
Joined:Dec 2009
Message Posted: Dec 23, 2009 6:15:54 PM

I wish there were more gas stations with non ethanol gasoline. I get about 30% more gas mileage in my 2000 Caravan when using non ethanol gas. Ethanol Gas is NO good for chain saws and small engines as the ethanol will ruin the carburetor and cylinder. I want to find more stations with non ethanol gas in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Kentucky. I have one station to buy from and their gas is the same price as other stations with 10% ethanol.
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Nov 7, 2009 5:16:33 PM

In Monona:
Schwenn's Service
5601 Monona Drive @ Panther Trail
All grades. Premium is about 30 cents above Regular.
Profile Pic
TheBierGuy
Sophomore Author Madison

Posts:116
Points:136,750
Joined:Apr 2007
Message Posted: Apr 17, 2009 11:57:59 PM

The Cenex in Middleton on University just east of the beltline sells Regular 87 octane w/ ethanol and Regular 87 octane without ethanol. -- - I found this out because I was looking to find a place to run non ethanol gas in my cycle without paying for premium.

[Edited by: TheBierGuy at 4/18/2009 12:58:19 AM EST]
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Dec 30, 2008 7:52:36 AM

The Citgo station in the northern part of Verona at:

103 Prairie Oaks Dr & N Main St (County Hwy M)

sells premium non-Ethanol gas.

The regular (87) and mid (89) grades may have ethanol, but with the wholesale price of ethanol at $1.6901/gallon (2008-12-29 price) -- unlikely for now!

[Edited by: One2Go at 12/30/2008 8:55:16 AM EST]
Profile Pic
cartopilot
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:14
Points:45,155
Joined:Nov 2006
Message Posted: Nov 20, 2008 1:12:15 PM

BP in Cambridge is currently selling No ethanol premium.
Profile Pic
sbulli
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:3
Points:160
Joined:Jun 2008
Message Posted: Oct 27, 2008 10:32:50 AM

Ok, scratch Sinclair in Middleton off your lists. GRRR!

Looks like the only one left selling real gas in Madison is Wayne's on Cottage Grove Rd.
Profile Pic
sukiegill
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:99
Points:65,315
Joined:Apr 2006
Message Posted: Aug 27, 2008 1:52:57 PM

Yes - also the Bp on park Street by West Washington sell ethanol free premiem only
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Aug 17, 2008 7:58:29 PM

The Citgo at Gammon Rd & Odana Rd (West Towne mall) only sells no-ethanol premium gas.
The regular & mid grade pump selections have the 10% ethanol sticker on them.

[Edited by: One2Go at 8/17/2008 8:58:55 PM EST]
Profile Pic
pepperthecat
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:69
Points:24,065
Joined:Jul 2008
Message Posted: Aug 9, 2008 11:53:51 PM

The Shell on University is gone too. I think Citgo on Fordem ave might still be ethanol free, but it is still hovering around $4 a gallon. I read that there's another gas station called Wayne's Automotive by atwood.
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Aug 3, 2008 10:09:50 AM

If you do not see a "10% sticker" on a pump, it does not automatically mean that the pump is actually 100% gasoline-only. You need to ask for the manager about ethanol and get a reply. And, you may always complain to the WI Dept. of Agriculture about mis-labeled gas pumps:

http://datcp.state.wi.us/cp/consumerinfo/cp/complaint-form/pdf/weights_measures.pdf

Submitting a complaint gets everyone's attention (be certain to mention the date, time, pump #, and name of the attendant/manager on duty). If you have a digital camera, take a photo and attach it to the complaint.


[Edited by: One2Go at 8/3/2008 11:15:52 EST]
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Aug 3, 2008 9:49:18 AM

Starting about July 23, 2008, the Shell gas station at 950 South Park Street in Madison IS selling gas with "upto" 10% ethanol.



[Edited by: One2Go at 8/3/2008 10:53:32 AM EST]
Profile Pic
franconia
Champion Author Madison

Posts:10,281
Points:2,657,220
Joined:Jan 2005
Message Posted: Aug 1, 2008 11:52:59 AM

The Mobil station in Windsor has ethanol in its gas as well. What about the Citgo by West Town Mall (on GAmmon Road)? I believe they are ethanol free.
Profile Pic
sbulli
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:3
Points:160
Joined:Jun 2008
Message Posted: Jul 24, 2008 6:03:19 PM

Tried posting this last Sunday but it never appeared even though the last post date was updated?? (been out of town since then).

Anyhow.. FORGET Shell @ 950 S. Park! The "100% gas, NO ethanol" signs are GONE and the pumps have 10% stickers. So much for the "best gas possible".

I know there are some that still sell 93 at 100% but I just can't stomach paying that much a gallon even if it is a wash with improved mileage.

I guess all that is left is the Sinclair in Middleton. Too bad it's too far out of the way for me... sigh.
Profile Pic
One2Go
Champion Author Madison

Posts:15,161
Points:2,846,825
Joined:Aug 2006
Message Posted: Jul 11, 2008 10:40:41 PM

The Shell at 950 South Park Street in Madison (near Fish Hatchery Road/County D's nothern end) is 100% gasoline for all grades. Shell is also a "Top Tier" brand (see http://www.toptiergas.com/), which means this Shell station is really giving you the best gas possible.

When you buy 100% gasoline, return the favor of the considerate owner/operator by paying in cash. Paying with a credit card wipes out that station's profit margin on gas.



[Edited by: One2Go at 7/11/2008 11:45:33 PM EST]
Profile Pic
franconia
Champion Author Madison

Posts:10,281
Points:2,657,220
Joined:Jan 2005
Message Posted: Jun 11, 2008 8:02:16 AM

This is for Sbulli - the Shell on Northport has 100% gas for the 87 octane rated - but it is more expensive than the 89 octane that has ethanol. I have found you have to be very careful with what you are buying - it is not always obvious what is really being sold.
Profile Pic
Jester91
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:1
Points:120
Joined:Jun 2008
Message Posted: Jun 10, 2008 9:40:29 AM

The Verona Citgo (CTH M near Cross Country Road) has no ethanol for the 93 octane only. The Sinclair station in Middleton (NE corner of Old 12 and Century Ave) has no ethanol. If anyone knows of any other stations near the west side of Madison, I'd love to hear about it.

In most cases a car will get at least a 10% increase in mileage with non-ethanol gas. My 98 grand prix gets at least 15% better mileage. Doing some quick math told me that the Verona Citgo was still more economical to use the high grade fuel when my car runs fine on 87 octane. The 93 octane w/o ethanol is 20 cents more a gallon than the 87 octane with ethanol. That's a 5% increase in cost for a 10% increase in milage.
Profile Pic
sbulli
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:3
Points:160
Joined:Jun 2008
Message Posted: Jun 9, 2008 10:09:47 PM

Ok, I've browsed here for a while but just joined... and I have to rant!

BEWARE - Stopped @ Citgo-MP a month ago and noticed the dreaded "Up to 10% ethanol added" sticker on the pumps. Citgo Gammon posted $4.039 over Memorial day justified with the "We won't sell ethanol added gas because it is BAD" (per WSJ article). Stopped buying BP @ park as they went with ethanol blend last fall. I have been stopping @ Shell because of the BIG "100% gas - NO ethanol" sign since then. Last Friday I specifically stopped @ Shell-Northport. I saw that 87 was $4.039 and 89 was $3.899?? There were still the BIG "100% gas" signs on the pumps BUT some of them (not all) had "10% ethanol added" stickers as well. WTF??

BTW - Had to rebuild the carb on my mower last weekend because the jet was all gummed up. I strongly suspect that's the result of my son hitting the local Mobil...
Profile Pic
franconia
Champion Author Madison

Posts:10,281
Points:2,657,220
Joined:Jan 2005
Message Posted: Jun 9, 2008 11:25:12 AM

It appears that the Mobil station in Windsor (jct of hwy 19 and I-90/94) has real gas. I stopped last week and looked all over the pump for the ethanol sign and could not find one. Their price is usually in line or slightly higher than the going rate.
Profile Pic
nowarforgas
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:1
Points:120
Joined:May 2008
Message Posted: May 17, 2008 6:26:29 AM

Wayne's U.S. Small Engine Repair & Gas on Cottage Grove Road [east off 51] in Madison, across from the new Ace Hardware [near Monona Drive] still has 100% gas.
Profile Pic
ggg33
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:1
Points:120
Joined:Nov 2007
Message Posted: Nov 30, 2007 4:08:31 PM

Hey cmistark,

I drive between Stoughton and Madison airport. There was about 6 stations that I used that served non-ethanol gas. Now all but two of them have gone to all ethanol. Here's the two (that we use) that still have pure gas:

1) CITGO - 4004 TERMINAL DR., MCFARLAND, WI 53558, Phone: (608) 838-6658
(Between McFarland and the beltline on west side of 51 at light.)

2) SHELL - 1423 NORTHPORT DR.,MADISON, WI 53704,608-241-0777
(By Warner Park.)
Profile Pic
Cliffisher
Champion Author Wisconsin

Posts:29,552
Points:3,579,120
Joined:Sep 2003
Message Posted: May 16, 2007 10:04:54 AM

Thanks for the info.
My Evenrude 150 does not like ethanol.
In fact I have been lucky enough to find non ethanol sttions in the past.
Profile Pic
sukiegill
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:99
Points:65,315
Joined:Apr 2006
Message Posted: Apr 29, 2007 8:49:52 PM

sinclair does sell 100% gas, if u are willing to drive off the beltline on Park St - the BP by Mertier hospital sells 100% gas, great service as well.
Profile Pic
flower101
Champion Author Madison

Posts:17,904
Points:1,760,150
Joined:May 2004
Message Posted: Apr 28, 2007 11:41:45 PM

Welcome cmistark :)The Citgo station in Verona is ethanol free.

I believe the phillips 66 in Middleton on parmenter (old Hwy 12)advertises it. across from the VW Dealer

There is also a citgo station near the philips 66.

check out the Sinclair ( don't know if they do or not)
3415 w beltline hwy and Century ave

SOUTH MADISON.. none that I am aware of.

Stoughton.. don't knowCross: Century Ave
Middleton , WI 53562
Profile Pic
flower101
Champion Author Madison

Posts:17,904
Points:1,760,150
Joined:May 2004
Message Posted: Apr 28, 2007 11:22:42 PM

1st of all people this IS A LOCAL BOARD!!

IT IS IN THE MADISON DISCUSSION TOPICS!!

Most of the people who do participate on this local forum do live with 40 miles or so of Madison
Profile Pic
seabee33
Rookie Author Madison

Posts:51
Points:14,670
Joined:Feb 2007
Message Posted: Apr 26, 2007 12:10:24 PM

In this area, that would be hard to find and I haven't found any in this area. I've never had a problem. I'm a mechanic and all my mechanic friends agree that the 10% Ethanol is good for the fuel system and helps keep injectors/carb clean. I don't know about gas mileage. It stands to reason it would go down some but not enough to make much of a difference.
Profile Pic
GasCustodian
Champion Author Madison

Posts:3,103
Points:347,115
Joined:Nov 2005
Message Posted: Apr 25, 2007 12:15:41 PM

Clayton,

Check out your other post on this topic in the local Madison forum. I have an answer to your question there.
Profile Pic
ccrb
Champion Author Indianapolis

Posts:9,174
Points:2,174,230
Joined:Aug 2003
Message Posted: Apr 25, 2007 8:39:57 AM

this is, however, a good post.
Profile Pic
ABQGasPasser
Champion Author Albuquerque

Posts:1,942
Points:335,040
Joined:May 2006
Message Posted: Apr 25, 2007 8:31:47 AM

Perhaps posting this in a local forum will get a better response.
Profile Pic
westover
Champion Author New Jersey

Posts:15,698
Points:3,100,265
Joined:Nov 2005
Message Posted: Apr 25, 2007 8:19:30 AM

No idea.
Profile Pic
westover
Champion Author New Jersey

Posts:15,698
Points:3,100,265
Joined:Nov 2005
Message Posted: Apr 25, 2007 7:41:10 AM

No idea.
Profile Pic
gvan
Champion Author Chicago

Posts:24,686
Points:3,285,340
Joined:Dec 2004
Message Posted: Apr 25, 2007 7:40:21 AM

Hard for me to believe:

1) a 1997 is not approved for E10. Most cars since about 1980 are OK with E10. Maybe they are referring to E85.

2) 8-10 mpg improvement with 100% gasoline. You went from 30-32 mpg up to 40 mpg. That's a 25% improvement. No way. Maybe a 2.5% improvement but that's about all, if any.
Profile Pic
bruiser73
Champion Author Kentucky

Posts:2,243
Points:564,080
Joined:Sep 2005
Message Posted: Apr 24, 2007 12:04:15 PM

Interesting
Profile Pic
bikerscooby
Champion Author Los Angeles

Posts:8,671
Points:1,674,990
Joined:Mar 2003
Message Posted: Apr 24, 2007 11:14:02 AM

It's still a good question nationally, to know which regions have this type of fuel available.

California requires oxygenate (not sure if it has to be ethanol but it usually is since they banned MTBE) so the "100% gas" type of fuel is not available in this state at all.
Profile Pic
CaptSquid
Champion Author Billings

Posts:27,793
Points:3,627,215
Joined:Apr 2004
Message Posted: Apr 24, 2007 10:24:59 AM

No probs. You have to realize that there are a bunch of locations out there and a lot of people posting prices. But when it comes to local questions, your best answers always come through your local boards.
Post a reply Back to Topics