What’s worse than getting coal in your stocking? Having trouble with your engine-powered winter equipment, thanks to the ethanol mandates.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is standing behind a policy that would require a four-gallon minimum fuel purchase from pumps that dispense gasoline with 10 percent ethanol (E10) and 15 percent ethanol (E15) fuel from the same hose.
Is summer fun being put on notice? The Renewable Fuel Standard is siphoning the fun out of many outdoor activities you know and love. If it’s not reformed, it could wreak havoc on a season meant to be spent outside, enjoying nature and relaxing with friends and family.
Sweet summertime is almost upon us - and more than ever, boaters are in search of ethanol-free fuel (E0) for their boats. Learn from two boating experts about the task of finding E0 to avoid the summertime sadness.
For the next two weeks, historic vehicles are taking over our nation’s capital, and we want you to be a part of the festivities! We would be honored if you would join us for the second annual Cars at the Capital event in Washington, DC.
After hearing numerous Floridians explain the negative impacts of ethanol mandates, we hope it became clear to the candidates that something needs to be done.
If you’re looking to safely fuel your boat this Labor Day weekend, there’s a good chance you may be out of luck.
“The ethanol mandate just hits too close to home for me to sit and talk about it. It’s something that demands my action.”
The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) has set us up for failure.
High-ethanol fuel blends damage marine engines. Terry Hill, owner of boat service company Potomac Marine, explains why.
In a second Autoweek column in two months, Jay Leno, beloved former Tonight Show host and prominent vintage car collector, has doubled down on his call for reform of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS)
Jay Leno, former “Tonight Show” host and prominent vintage car collector and enthusiast, discussed this recent spike in auto fires to Autoweek. What does he identify as the culprit? Ethanol.
In an event convened by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), an unlikely coalition of voices came together to discuss the mass deforestation, volatile food prices and the dangerous, costly fuel being forced upon Americans by the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).
Swelling gas tanks, fewer miles to the gallon and “green sticky crap” in the carburetor… ethanol in our gasoline is causing all kinds of problems for motorcyclists, boaters and owners of other types of small engines like snow blowers and lawn mowers.
Reforming the RFS already has bipartisan support in Congress because policymakers on both sides of the aisle have seen the negative impact it has had in their home states.
Opposition to misguided policies mandating the use of high-ethanol fuels continues to grow at all levels of government.
Wondering if you are one of the only 10 percent of car owners who can safely use E15? Check our handy chart below to see if E15 would void our manufacturer’s warranty.
Despite overwhelming evidence that the ethanol mandate is a failed policy, in 2014 the ethanol lobby continued to prove they are divorced from reality by declaring the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) an “unmitigated success.”
Last year, the EPA proposed a reduction to the 2014 RFS. In order to make it official, the EPA solicited comments from citizens and groups both in favor and opposed to this reduction. Featured are some of the disparate voices that spoke in favor of the reduction.