My sympathies... E10 has been a fact of life here in most of the US for a number of years. We now have to contend with E15, which has been approved for cars 2001 and newer, but is not approved for motorcycles or other small engines. This is quite controversial, especially with many stations using "blender" pumps that dispense multiple grades through a single hose. Fill a motorcycle from one of these pumps and you can get 1/2 gallon or more of whatever was sold to the previous customer, and with a small motorcycle tank, that's a significant portion.
- Unleaded petrol called E10 could add £80 to a family's annual driving costs
- E10 may even cause engine problems in some older cars