It can be used in specialized cars, trucks and minivans known as "flexible fuel vehicles" in concentrations up to 85% ethanol - commonly called "E85."
Fuel stations in the Midwest, Minnesota and Illinois are offering E85 fuel, often at lower prices per gallon than traditional unleaded fuel.
E85 is widely available only in the Midwest, with limited availability in other areas of the United States.
The California E85 Program encourages the ethanol expansion with the sheer aggressiveness of the program.
Is offered in the Midwestern states as E85 fuel which is 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline.