Originally Posted by Pitt Gorilla
E85 can only be used by engines built for E85. However, those same engines can burn regular gasoline as well.
O.K., econ students. E85, is a "substitute good" for gasoline, so, can anyone tell me what will happen to the price of E85, regardless of the cost to produce it, if Gasoline continues to rise to obscene prices, say, 5 buck a gallon?