Can you use E85 fuel in your car as gas prices hit record high? Here’s what to know

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The Charlotte Observer

As prices at the pump hit record highs, some drivers might be wondering about cheaper ways to fill their cars. One of those options is E85 fuel, which is almost 70 cents less expensive per gallon when compared to gasoline. “We didn’t use it for the longest time but once things really started skyrocketing, it’s a no-brainer,” car owner Derek Elliott told KMBC. But as fuel prices continue to rise, can you put E85 in your car, too? Here’s how to check — and some factors you might want to consider. Which cars use E85?E85, also known as flex fuel, is a substance that contains gasoline. It also cons…

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