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As a consumer, I should be able to decide and buy my choice for the best fuel type, recommended by my engine's manufacturer for all of my gas-powered motors. Today, the EPA, ACE, ethanol producers, and other government, private and public companies, control that decision. Agree
My right to choose NON-ethanol fuel (gasoline without alcohol) has been in recent years limited, controlled or taken away by those companies and regulating agencies who wrongly believe that the E10 fuel type is safe, appropriate and manufacturer-approved for all conventional engine types. Agree
The EPA's recent unwarranted approval and introduction of a new conventional E15 gas type which will contain 50% more ethanol than approved by all current manufacturer recommendations/warranties, is further substantiation that choosing the most appropriate gas type at the pump should be determined by the engine owner. For those who choose to use higher ethanol blends, it should only be allowed in manufacturer-approved engines with E85 fuel (85% ethanol) used only in specially-designed flex fuel vehicles. Agree
I own or use engine(s) that require and/or perform best on NON-alcohol fuel types, including: (Include engine year, type, model and if applicable, manufacturer gas recommendations).
Due to the limitation of only ethanol-blends (E10 gas) being sold in my neighborhood of (enter location in box at right) I have experienced negative and unnecessary consequences and/or inconvenience and/or added expense.
(Include town, county, state and/or zipcode).
* Details - ENGINE & GAS PROBLEMS: The negative consequences I have experienced due to purchase/use of E10 gasoline, include, but are not limited to...
(Check those that apply).
Decreased gas mpg and increased fuel costs;
Rapid gas contamination due to E10 fuel water absorption;
Gas-caused part(s) disintegration, deterioration and/or damage; (E.G. Premature replacement or repair of fuel pumps, hoses, gas tanks and/or carburetors).
Gas-caused engine damage with expense(s) incurred for repair or replacement of engine;
Performance issues; (E.G. decreased engine power, hesitation, stalling).
Engine usage requires prolonged gas storage beyond expected shelf life of E10;
Bought E10 gas (unknowingly) contaminated at time of sale;
E10 is not the fuel type recommended by my engine's owners manual and warranty statement;
Other E10 gas problem(s) not listed above.

Additional Comments: - OPTIONAL - Supportive of why E10 and/or E15 is not the correct fuel type for your engine(s).
I request the EPA pass regulations that would guarantee both "choice and availability" of a non-ethanol fuel type at public gas stations...
By signing this petition, I join thousands of other voices that believe the EPA must immediately take action to protect my right and freedom to choose a non-ethanol gas type, by requiring the availability of an alcohol-free gas pump in every town and/or 10 mile radius area where gas is sold to the public.
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Petition form sponsored by Fuel-Testers Company:  Email:  fuel.testers@yahoo.com   Phone: (631) 532-9447    Fax: Call for number.

* We urge commenters to include details, data or specific examples in support of their need to purchase and use gasoline that does not contain ethanol alcohol.

And although flex-fuel (E85 - 85% alcohol) might serve as a non-petroleum fuel replacement,  forcing (mandating) all gas sold to contain 10% ethanol, despite engine manufacturer warnings and concerns has proven to be a huge blunder by our lawmakers.

Until our government can prove E10 fuel helps society as a whole, consumers deserve and require a choice at the gas pump.

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"Sadly, EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) abandoned its true mission and became
both the Environmental Politics Agency and the Ethanol Promotion Agency..."
Quote of Charles T. Drevna, President of NPRA, the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association, 10/23/2010

Tip: Click on logos at right to directly contact organizations listed.

We're convinced the EPA has lost sight of the real issues due to the relentless lobbying from ethanol producers; When they realize how damaging E10, and now E15 fuel, has been to so many engines, they'll soon come to the conclusion that offering E0 fuel (choice) at all public pumps is the only reasonable solution.
EPA Contacts: Phone: (202) 343-9755 E-mail: epafuelsprograms@epa.gov
James W. Caldwell, Office of Transportation and Air Quality, Mailcode: 6406J, Environmental Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460; Phone:  (202) 343-9303;  Fax: (202) 343-2802;  Email:  caldwell.jim@epa.gov

ACE - American Coalition for Ethanol - The #1 spokesperson for the ethanol industry.
Their website ethanol.org states, "The grassroots voice of the U.S. ethanol industry, the nation's largest association dedicated to the production and use of ethanol". 
5000 S. Broadband Lane, Suite 224 Sioux Falls, SD 57108 Phone:  (605) 334-3381  Fax:  (605) 334-3389
Ron Lamberty, Vice President / Market Development:  Phone:  (605) 334-3381 ext. 14  Email:  rvlamberty@ethanol.org Lacey Rose Dixon, Director of Member and Industry Relations:  Phone:  (605) 334-3381 ext. 11  Email:  ldixon@ethanol.org

Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) - The national trade association for the U.S. ethanol industry.
Their website www.ethanolrfa.org states, "Promotes policies, regulations and research that will lead to the increased production and use of fuel ethanol."  425 Third Street, SW, Suite 1150 PH: (202) 289-3835 Fax: (202) 289-7519

Other powerful pro-ethanol groups include:
Advanced Ethanol Council - Growth Energy - National Corn Growers Association...


Groups that are advocating for the engine owners, to help protect against unnecessary ethanol-caused gas damage include:

API - American Petroleum Institute
API is the national trade association that represents all aspects of America’s oil and natural gas industry. They speak for the oil and natural gas industry to the public, Congress and the Executive Branch, state governments and the media. 1220 L Street, NW  Washington, DC 20005-4070  Phone:  202-682-8000
API recently stated, "EPA’s ethanol regulations pose serious safety, environmental concerns for consumers".
View article here: http://www.api.org/news-and-media/

Boat US - Boat Owners Association of The United States
"Since its founding in 1966, BoatUS has been the voice of recreational boat owners on Capitol Hill and before the federal agencies in Washington. With the strength of over half a million members behind them, their mission has been to work with state agencies to promote boating laws that make sense, and ..." Alexandria, Virginia Executuve Office: 880 South Pickett Street Alexandria, Virginia 22304  Phone:  800-245-BOAT (2628)

NMMA - The National Marine Manufacturers Association
The nation’s leading trade association representing boat, marine engine and accessory manufacturers. 231 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 2050 Chicago, IL 60604 Phone: (312) 946-6200

OPEI - Outdoor Power Equipment Institute
April 2014: Look Before You Pump Campaign, "E15 Gasoline Unlawful and Unsafe to Use in Outdoor Power Equipment". View: http://opei.org/%20ethanolwarning/

Complete alcohol fuel test kit includes fuel-tester, Quik-Check solution, collection/dispenser bottle, E10 precautions and more.
Ethanol alcohol, a renewable reformulated fuel, supports the farming industry and decreases U.S. dependence on foreign fuels.
Ethanol alcohol blend fuels, made from corn & grains, can damage engines.
2016:  www.fueltestkit.com and fuel-testers.com- Fuel-Tester's Petition for Ethanol-Free Fuel Choice.
Sign petition: Complete form below to protect your right to choose to buy ethanol-free, pure-gas (fuel without alcohol) at your local gas stations. Demand E0 Fuel Choice - Many engines require ethanol-free gasoline...
Ethanol-Free E0 Fuel Choice Petition
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- Reclaim your right to buy ethanol-free gasoline -
Appropriate fuel choices, determined by the engine manufacturers, not the EPA & ethanol promoters,
are the best solution to avoid unnecessary gas-caused engine damage...
Click on EPA  logo to send email to express your concerns about ethanol in gas - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Suggested Contacts: To Help Protect Your Right to Purchase Ethanol-Free Fuel:

- Contact your local county and state legislators:
Federal Legislators: United States House of Representatives and U.S. Senate
They need more input from engine owners who have experienced problems with contaminated E10 gasoline to better represent all consumers.
- Contact your local gas company or branded corporate office:
E.G. Shell, B/P, Mobil, Exxon, Hess, Quik-Trip, Marathon, Valero etc. and your local fuel distributors, fuel terminal and oil refineries. When they know there's a strong demand for gas without ethanol (E0) they often will make extra efforts to also offer this type of fuel; E0 is often now referred to as "recreational" fuel.

American Coalition for Ethanol - ACE: Click on logo to contact.
Contact the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) - A leader in the ethanol industry.
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