E15 available at Cambridge Travel Center

May 2014
Nebraska Farmer;May2014, Vol. 156 Issue 5, p53
The article offers information on the E15 ethanol fuel blend available at Anew Travel Center in Cambridge, Nebraska for all vehicles produced for model year 2001 and beyond resulting in cost savings and better performance of vehicles.


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