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Everybody knows oil is finite and dirty, and we can agree it served a purpose. Funny thing is, gasoline has been around about as long as the telephone. Like the land line, it’s 1800’s technology. What about renewable fuels? If … Continue reading
An oldie but a goodie … enjoy! Originally posted, June 26, 2012: We’re coming up on the Fourth of July (ack! It’s next week!) and my thoughts have turned to all things patriotic. My American flag is hanging on the … Continue reading
Flag Day is coming up … when you’re hanging your flag out on the front porch, also consider making a new commitment to renewable fuels! They are better for our country and all Americans!
In just one day, you will breathe in over 3,000 gallons of air. You know there are a few things your lungs are taking in like oxygen and nitrogen. But have you ever considered the dangerous pollutants that force themselves … Continue reading
If your gas cap is yellow like this one, you can fill up with any blend of ethanol you like! E85 (85 percent ethanol) is usually cheaper than regular gasoline so it’s a great option if you’re looking to save … Continue reading
Interesting information. It makes sense that oil companies would block ethanol in order to not give up more market share …
Happy Tax Day! Today’s the deadline. There are some of us that have already filed and those of us that will be up until 11:59, but regardless, many Americans are enjoying a little bump in their income stream this spring, … Continue reading