E15 & Unleaded 88

One of the most tested fuels in history, E15, also known as Unleaded 88, is a blend of 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline.

E15 is approved for use by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for all passenger cars, light duty trucks, and medium-duty passenger vehicles 2001 and newer. That means over 90 percent of the U.S. auto fleet can reap the benefits of ethanol. More ethanol in our fuel means lower gas prices and cleaner air.

Is E15 available in your area? More than 1,600 retailers in 30 states sell E15, which is more doubled since 2017. E15 is usually 3-10 cents below regular gasoline. If it’s not, you need to shop around for a new retailer!

People have already driven over 4 billion miles using E15 without a negative effect or voided warranty. Most automakers now explicitly warrant E15 for all new models.   

 
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Increasing benefits

Most of our gasoline already contains 10 percent ethanol, but now E15 is more available than it’s ever been before. That 5 percent increase of ethanol can result in major benefits for our environment and economy.

Previously, E15 was banned during the summer months based on unfounded concerns it contributes to smog.

People have already driven over 4 billion miles using E15 without a negative effect or voided warranty. Most automakers now explicitly warrant E15 for all new models.   


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The official fuel of NASCAR

NASCAR doesn’t wave just any green flag. They wave an American Ethanol green flag.

Since 2011, NASCAR has raced over 11 million miles on E15. Race teams and engine builders have enjoyed the benefits of higher-octane ethanol fuel with increased horsepower, decreased emissions and a cooler engine.