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Where to find I-75 Ethanol - E85 Fuel Pumps

Car manufacturers are producing more and more "green" vehicles which will run seaminglessly on either E85 fuel - a blend of 85% ethanol & 15% unleaded gasoline - or regular unleaded gasoline. Ethanol is a clean-burning fuel produced primarily from corn and other field-grown grains. Generally, E85 fuel tends to be 16% cheaper per gallon than regular gasoline while providing an octane rating commensurable with premium gas.

In recent years, Ford, Chevy, Chrysler, GM, Isuzu, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota and Mercedes-Benz have started producing these alternative fuel vehicles, also known as Flexible Fuel Vehicles, or FFVs. The move to E85 fuel has been endorsed by President Obama and in particular, the I-75 corridor has seen an increase in E85 outlets. Along with electric car charging stations and other alternate fuel facilities, environmentalists have started calling I-75 the "Green Interstate"

Starting with the current edition of Along I-75, we are including E85 outlets on our 25 mile colored strip maps.

Below are several useful references for those who would like to learn more about these vehicles and E-85 fuel.

Click here for further information about E-85 and FFV vehicles.

Click here for E-85 fuel price information.

Click here for for an I-75 map of E85 "Green Corridor" Fuel locations. A further link on this page will take you to a map showing all I-75 E85 fuel outlets.

Click here for another useful I-75 E85 website for Tennessee