Jan 23, 2015
I disagree with that. In the examples they are posting based on the price and not what the fuel is. One example the with ethanol was posted as regular and in another it was posted as midgrade with makes it inconsistent. Also this article was written in 2011 before things changed with the types of fuel. I know many of people that don't use ethanol and they would be mad if they went to a station based on the price being lowest only to find out that that lowest priced fuel was with ethanol. I am proposing that fuel without ethanol is Regular and fuel with ethanol is Midgrade. By doing it that way it would clear it up as to which fuel prices people are seeing.