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  • Also most people don't realize how much pollution is created to make the batteries for these cars,and then when the batteries are disposed they just sit in a landfill seeping out the chemicals. We should be looking at cleaner fuels like e-85, with so many flex fuel vehicles here in town and zero e-85 stations it seems kind of pointless to get a flex fuel vehicle here in town, i bet most owners of flex fuel vehicles dont even know what that means. e85 is cheaper than gas,cleaner that gas,and has a higher octane rating than supreme gas. The only downside to it is that the motor uses a little more fuel.

    April 25, 2012 at 11:29 a.m.