2007 E85 Purchasing Guide Now Available

2007 FFV models and E85 fueling location information available in a new 32 page guide produced by the National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition.

Jefferson City, MO - The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition is pleased to announce that our 2007 E85 Purchasing Guide is now available. The new guide is 32 pages and contains information on E85 and flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs).


"This guide contains the most comprehensive collection of information on each 2007 FFV model and lists addresses of E85 fueling locations across the country," stated Michelle Kautz, Deputy Director of the NEVC.

The guide provides frequently asked questions regarding E85 and FFVs; a listing of corporate members of the NEVC; make, model, engine size, and fuel capacity of 2007 models; a listing of remaining model year vehicles; correlating vehicle identification numbers determining E85 compatibility; and a listing of all private and public E85 fueling sites across the United States as of September 2006.

"There are currently 1,065 E85 fueling stations throughout the U.S. and about six million FFVs driving on American roads," stated Kautz. "This booklet will help inform consumers of this information."

The document was prepared with the support of funds provided by the U.S. Department of Energy through a grant from the Clean Cities Program.

To order your 2007 Purchasing Guide, go to http://www.e85fuel.com/promoitems.php or contact Laura Parker, NEVC Materials Coordinator, at 573.635.8445 ext. 19.

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