Post suggestions and comments about below. I reserve the right to remove them at my discretion, especially if they have a clear political angle. Pure gas is a nonpartisan issue. I'm a Democratic Socialist, many users of this site are right-wing Republicans, even Tea Party, and yet we can all agree that ethanol policy is a mistake. It's not a liberal or conservative policy, it's the result of heavy lobbying by the ethanol industry, like ADM, combined with a massive blunder by the EPA in their attempt to spur the adoption of E85 vehicles back in 2007. We can all get along on this just fine.

Comments about specific stations are deleted – those should go in the station comments. If you find a station listing in error, update it or remove it. This page is for general comments about the site and pure gas, of interest to all visitors. Also, comments requesting that gas prices be added will be deleted. Read about this site or just think for a minute about how this site is updated. Prices would never be accurate on this site.

Glad I found this site. Researching ethanol-free gas in Canada came upon a note on the Petro-Canada website that all their grades now contain ethanol (somewhat recent development). Probably should remove all their listings. – Gary BardMoncton, NB Canada (July 13, 2016)
Sorry to hear that, Gary. We never bulk-remove stations - rather, we ask that folks remove them as they directly find that they no longer carry pure gas. (Or, Jonathan sometimes calls them up.) I expect the Petro-Canada stations will be vanishing at a pretty rapid pace now. – SamSanta Fe, NM (July 14, 2016)
Well, I must disagree with Gary Bard in NB. I'm looking at Petro Canada's website and the only mention I can find regarding ethanol reads as follows "We use ethanol in our gasoline where legislation requires its use and where conditions warrant." So while some provinces and municipalities may require ethanol blending, others do not like New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and I believe Yukon & Northwest territories. Petro Canada's website did say that E10 pumps were clearly marked with yellow labels. In my opinion we should not do a wholesale de-listing of Petro Canada just yet. – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (July 14, 2016)
It would be extremely helpful if you could add prices at the stations. Users could post prices like on GasBuddy. Love the app otherwise. – John Mark McNairFlowood MS (July 17, 2016)
Sam, July 11 has come and gone, time to remove the banner on the EPA comment period? – dukestermemphis (July 17, 2016)
Damn, July is going fast!!! – SamSanta Fe, NM (July 18, 2016)
Must be the heat (started to say humidity, but ya'll don't have it in NM). – dukestermemphis (July 19, 2016)
Hi, just found your site. Very helpful, but I'm running a 1973 yamaha two stroke with a 3.4 gal tank. Can you tell me which stations have dedicated hoses for E0. Yes esso and she'll premium is E0, but you flush the E10 in the hose into tank. No big issue if you are taking 10 gallons, but most of my fills are 2.5 gal (10 litres). See my problem!! – RonCanmore (July 20, 2016)
Ron in Canmore, This is an issue that comes up from time to time. Like you said for folks like me who drive cars and trucks a little left over E10 in the hose doesn't mean much. But for folks like you and Sam then It can make a difference. Some people will carry a small gas can so they can fill it first and then pour it into their car later.

The hose issue is generally determined on a station by station basis. A few chains like Race Trac, QT, WAWA, etc. will always have separate hoses. But the name brands like EXXON, Esso, Shell, Chevron, Texaco, Marathon, etc. are normally franchised independently owned stations and the pump design will vary from station to station.

Take a look at the individual listings of the stations in your area. You may find folks have posted comments about whether the hose is dedicated or shared. If not then make a note of it and you can participate by updating the station listing yourself. As Sam has said this is a user driven site and is dependent on all of us to keep the listings updated. – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (July 21, 2016)
To add to Jonathan's comment, if you're not on a road trip on the bike, I would keep a 5/10 gal portable tank, carry to station in car, run 2-3 gallons into your car to flush the hose, then fill the portable, fill the bike at home. – dukestermemphis (July 21, 2016)
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