In my area, there are plenty of gas stations which sell gasoline without any ethanol.That's where I buy my gas.
+1 The funny part is the 10 cent rule. If regular (with ethanol) is $2.00 per gal, pure gas is $2.10If regular (with ethanol) is $3.00 per gal regular is $3.10ethanol is now $3.62 here and guess what regular is $3.72I am not very smart, just tryin to get by.
Looks to me like the ones who need to be in jail are the ones who are making the rules.
Ice:Everything you mention may be true but just where does that leave you when the only gas available is an alcohol/gas mix from a dual fuel pump?If you ran it bone dry, your motorcycles gas tank cannot possibly hold the full 4 gallons you will be required to buy .It wouldn't surprise me a bit for a filling station to refuse to sell you fuel if it came to selling you less than the mandate and violating the EPA's law or not selling you any fuel and complying with the law.
I know of one station in Orange County that has pure gas. It's at Gilbert and Orangethorpe about 10 miles from me. I think it's a 76 Station. It used to be handy when I worked at the Fullerton airport, but I don't do that anymore. Gotta see if I can find any more.Bare
Is there a list of non-e10 gas pumps somewhere?