Don't Let The Renewable Fuel Standard Ruin Your Engine

It's Time to Repeal the RFS and Virtually Take Your Broken Engine to Washington's Backyard

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How the RFS Can Kill Your Engine

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved, without adequate testing, E15 — a blend of up to 15% ethanol in gasoline — for sale to consumers. This decision wasn't based on consumer demand, but simply to meet arbitrary ethanol mandates in the flawed Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). E15 fuel can cause serious damage and potentially ruin many types of engines, even ones approved by the EPA to use the fuel.

Make your voice heard

This poses a real problem for American consumers and could leave millions with broken down cars and high repair bills for their small engine products. Tell Washington to save your engine by repealing the RFS and virtually bring your broken engine to Washington's backyard!

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The RFS is no longer working for America.

Thank you for making your broken engine DC's latest problem and supporting the repeal of the RFS.

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