E85 Gas E85 Cars E85 Stations E85 Prices

E85 is the short term for ethanol fuel. E85 is generally less expensive than gasoline, and more environmentally friendly. Other parts of this website discuss various facets of the world of ethanol, but this page is aimed more at practical solutions to get yourself involved. You need a car that can run ethanol, a station to get it from, or a still that you own and personally operate, in which case you need to know how to make ethanol. Where can you find out about these things though? This page is designed to direct you to those sources. You can find e85 ethanol stations address', the price per gallon, and what to look for on your car, or where to look for a new one, for e85 compatibility.

E85 Gas

You might not know where to buy e85 gas, but fortunately there are only 6 mainland states that do not offer e85 gas locations yet. Here's an easy website to use to find e85 gas stations in your state. Of course, in different states it might not be economically feasible to travel to your closest e85 gas location. At the same website that shows where are e85 flexfuel gas stations, there is a page where you can submit your address and this can help to put some e85 gas pumps in your area! But, how much does e85 gas cost? Are e85 gas prices even worth the effort? The cost of e85 gas is as low as two dollars per gallon in some states. The average e85 gas price is around three bucks, cheaper than gasoline made from oil. Blender e85 gas stations in MN, for example, offer e85 ethanol gas at an average of about $2.50 per gallon. E85 gas stations in Illinois and Arizona average about $3.00 per gallon. If you're from Michigan or Georgia (to name a few), you will pay more than the national average but still less than even $3.50 per gallon. The problem is that there need to be more locations nationwide. Most of the gas stations in GA are near Atlanta, so if you're from Savannah, ga, the closest locations i could find were about 100 miles away in Perry. So, it is worth it to use e85 gas vehicles, or to mix e85 gas into your regular gasoline if you do not have one of the e85 gas cars. You can also get an e85 gas conversion kit to make your engine one of the compatible e85 gas engines.

E85 Cars

How do I know if my car is one of the compatible e85 cars? You can go to the e85 refueling website mentioned above and also find out if your car is e85 compatible. Typically Nissan, Mercury, Mercedes, Mazda, Isuzu, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler manufacture the bulk of these.. Chrysler makes nice PT Cruiser e85 cars. So if you have one of these, you can cross reference your VIN at that website to find out! Maybe you're looking to find e85 cars prices. And you want to know where to get e85 cars.. You're wondering, 'Where can I buy e85 cars for sale? How much do e85 cars cost anyway?' Well as for the cost of e85 cars, you can get cheap e85 cars for the price of a regular car. In fact, some people own e85 cars and don't even know it! But you have a list to look through for models you can purchase, and that car dealer can provide you with the cost of their e85 cars.

E85 Stations

There are E85 stations in almost every state. Only Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, and the non-contiguous states (Alaska and Hawaii) are truly lacking in e85 stations. Connecticut recently obtained some stations. Major cities such as Denver, CO, and Chicago, IL have a decent number of e85 stations as well. They are out there. Check it out, there may be one close to you and you can start saving money and Mother Earth today!

    Estimated E85 Station Density per Area in all U.S. States.
  • Nominal density: California, Montana, New Jersey
  • Low density: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massacutsets, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming
  • Normal density: Georgia, Kansas, North Dakota, North Carolina, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington
  • High density: Colorado, District of Columbia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Wisconsin

And Minnesota takes the crown as the highest in total number and density of E85 stations with 356 stations over 225,365 square kilometers.

E85 Prices

E85 prices vary between roughly $2.00 and $3.50 per gallon. This is great for the environment since even some of the highest e85 prices are still below the average price of gasoline. Unfortunately, you no choice whether or not you can get good e85 prices, but at least its probably less than gas. The bigger problem is that we need to increase access to these low e85 prices by opening more e85 stations. For a good percentage of the country, it would cost too much time and money to travel out to their nearest location, and so it wouldn't be worth it. However, more pumps are being opened every year so hopefully, if you are without this option, e85 prices will become available to you soon! Of course, no matter where you like you could always learn how to make ethanol and then your e85 prices would be even lower!