Automotive resource Cars.com has recently unveiled a consumer guide discussing E85. The guide explains what is E85, how it is created, and its advantages and disadvantages. A listing of E85-compatible ("flex-fuel") vehicles, such as the Ford F-150 (pictured), is provided as well. States Joe Wiesenfelder, editor at Cars.com, "Cars.com recently conducted a survey and found that 46 percent of car buyers said they didn't know enough about alternative fuels like ethanol to consider flex-fuel vehicles for purchase. In addition, a recent GM study found that roughly 70 percent
of its flex-fuel vehicle owners didn't know they could use E85."

[Source: Cars.com via PR Newswire]

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