Nearly all U.S. gasoline contains 10% ethanol
In the U.S., renewable fuels like ethanol have a forty-year track record of making gasoline more affordable and vehicles more efficient.


Ethanol has been used in cars since Henry Ford designed his 1908 Model T and trillions of miles have been driven on ethanol-blended fuel since 1980. In fact, several teams in national and international racing competitions, including Formula 1, Championship Drag Racing and NASCAR, use ethanol because of its high quality and exceptional performance. 

E10 is a 10 percent ethanol-blended fuel.  Today all vehicles can run on E10, which is interchangeable with gasoline.  Since 2010, nearly all gasoline sold in the United States contains 10 percent ethanol.

Facts About E10

FACT: Ethanol boosts fuel quality.
FACT: Ethanol keeps fuel systems clean.
FACT: Ethanol helps prevent wintertime problems.
FACT: Ethanol reduces greenhouse gases and harmful vehicle emissions.
FACT: Ethanol reduces "knocking" in the engine.
FACT: Ethanol does not significantly impact fuel economy.
FACT: Ethanol does not affect drivability.
FACT: For over 40 years, auto manufacturers have approved the use of E10.  Some even recommend it.
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