Although some motorists might not realize it, the gasoline they’re putting into their vehicles is 10 percent ethanol.
Since 2010 Florida law has required all gasoline sold at retail stations to be what’s known as E10 — a blend of 90 percent petroleum and 10 percent ethyl alcohol.
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