RFA: Higher ethanol blends mean lower fuel costs for motorists

04/14/2010 | DomesticFuel.com

U.S. motorists could save 12 to 19 cents per gallon of gasoline if the ethanol blend limit is raised to 15% from the current 10%, according to the Renewable Fuels Association. This means motorists save about $3 per refueling for the average vehicle, or about $150 annually for a typical driver. "It's time for EPA to update its fuel regulations and allow for the use of 15% ethanol blends for all vehicles, giving American consumers the break at the pump they deserve," said Bob Dinneen, RFA's president and CEO, in a news release.

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