Vehicles with heavy-duty engines, such as school buses and delivery trucks
Off-road vehicles, such as boats and snowmobiles
Engines in off-road equipment, such as lawnmowers and chainsaws
Model-year 2000 and older cars, light-duty trucks and medium-duty passenger vehicles (later changed to model-year 2007 and older)
Every gallon of corn-derived alcohol sold in motor fuel is two-thirds of a gallon of gasoline that the oil companies don't sell. Do they like this?
Corn states love alcohol in fuel because it drives up corn prices.
Beef states hate higher feed prices.
Hydrofracking has raised U.S. production of oil and gas, reducing concern over energy independence and cutting incentive to add alcohol to gasoline.
The U.N. has asked the U.S. to suspend its use of corn to power automobiles as it drives up world food prices, especially in this drought year.
Many ask why government should subsidize the ethanol industry.