Sunday, July 1, 2007

Hawaiian Drivers Will See Cheaper Gas

Drivers in Hawaii will soon see lower gas prices at the pump. Starting Sunday, a tax break for ethanol requires gas stations to drop their prices 11 to 13 cents a gallon to pass on a tax break savings for selling E10, an ethanol blended gas. E10 is a blend of 10% ethanol and 90% regular gasoline.

The Hawaii Channel reports that some stations didn't wait until Sunday to start lowering their prices. Drivers were happy to start paying lower prices early. Besides saving money, Hawaiian drivers will benefit from a clean-burning, renewable fuel that's good for the environment.

Also, the state of Hawaii has a website dedicated to the state's transition to Ethanol-blended E10 fuel available at

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