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Yeah, we've gone over the dreaded 3 MB size limit on the KML file again. Google Maps won't handle a KML file this large. I'll look into solutions ... again. – SamSanta Fe, NM (September 12, 2016)
OK, it was an easy fix - I can compress the KML file into a KMZ file which gives us about four times more room, meaning we can get four times more stations in the database before this is a problem again. :) Keep 'em coming!! – SamSanta Fe, NM (September 12, 2016)
Both Web site and mobile app are back up and running again. Thanks, Sam! Rick Mozeleski, a/k/a – MadFuelerWinston-Salem, NC (September 12, 2016)
I accidentally came across a service station selling Ethanol-free gas. In my search to find more info about the octane of the fuel, I came across this site. It really helped and wow, I got much better gas mileage!

Suggestion, add Zip Code.

I realize each person may have a personal preference in locating a station, so adding the Zip would enhance search capabilities.

It would also be helpful if we could sort the page by address, zip, phone, and other info, just by clicking the column heading.

Thanks, Steve

Thanks – SteveCarrollton, TX (September 19, 2016)
Steve in Carrollton, Texas, According to Sam, zip codes are purely a function of the US Postal Service and not a valid locator device. You'll find that almost all the listings have GPS coordinates which will pin point the exact location of a station.

You can sort the pages you need. All you have to do is click on your state page, then click on the little box all the way to the left side of each listing. That way you can choose a selection of stations in the area you plan to travel in. This method has worked very well for me when I travel.

Keep looking for those E0 gas stations. Texas needs all the help it can get. – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (September 19, 2016)
I buy the non-ethanol gas wherever I can especially for the off-road equipment and boats. I found that most of the marine stations carry the non-ethanol gas. It is in the $3.40-$3.90/gal. price range. Why is it so much cheaper than on the road. The taxes are the same. You have to submit a voucher to the state to get the taxes refunded. – Erik LarsenSeattle (September 20, 2016)
California is one of the states that does not require Stations to post Ethanol content; all Stations use Ethanol. – HANS ACORONA , CA (September 21, 2016)
chk the listings Hans, 18 retailers in Cali. including airports and marinas. California does NOT prevent retailers from posting that they have zero ethanol. – dukestermemphis (September 23, 2016)
smarterfuelfuture.org – pbstl (September 23, 2016)
Almost 3 years ago, Sam had a post, listing the states provinces in order with the most to least E0 sources. With increasing E0 sources, I thought there would be more states shuffling either up or down in the order, but there hasn't been wholesale shifts in position. No state with few previous E0 sources has powered to near the front. Wisconsin still leads, gaining 204, now at 878. Florida, in 4th place, had a change of law, & now is in 2nd place, adding 275, now at 717. NC, almost doubled adding 345, moving from 7th to 3rd place, now with 697. Within strong moves in the last 2 years, NY has had the best move, up from 14th to 4th, now with 651 after adding 355. OK, now at 620 after adding 92, has slipped from 2nd to 5th. However, OK has much E0, in low & hi octanes. For a short while, TN was squirting up the ranks, but slowed, now in 6th place, adding 108 E0 sources to 560. Altho adding 163 sources, MN slipped from 5th to 7th with 559 E0 sources. – litesongEverett, WA (September 28, 2016)
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