The new "regular" at the pump is... E85?

Earlier this month Christopher Grundler, Director of the U.S. Eenvironmental Protection Agency's Office of Transportation and Air Quality, discussed the idea of 95-octane gasoline being the new "regular" at gas stations in the U.S. Grundler said as automotive OEMs continue to make smaller and mor...

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