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Bell's Best of the Blog - June

Posted by: Bell Performance

At the conclusion of each month, Bell Performance presents the best of the Fuel Additives for Better Performance blog - your guide to catching up on the most popular and helpful articles from the last month.

Lots of good things coming from the Bell blog in the month of June.  Here were the highlights:

Six Tips For Better Fuel Mileage - Some easy tips to stretch your gas dollar.

Coming Up - 25 Winners of Free Stuff! Will You Be One of Them? - Bell's new contest running for the next 4 weeks. Entering is quick and easy, and the sooner you enter, the more chances you have to win.  Check the blog post link for details.

Better Gas Mileage Means Lighter Cars Coming - The big, solid muscle machines of recent and far past may never be seen again, because of new gas mileage regulations. Get ready for small, less-powerful cars and trucks.

Ethanol In Gas Makers Feeling The Squeeze - Taking away taxpayer help for ethanol makers is driving many of them out of business.

Big Surprise - New Study Finds E15 Engine Damage - the study that settle shockwaves through the industry and beyond. A 2-year study shows the new E15 fuel can cause engine damage.

Gas Prices Dropping (For Once!) - We posted this a month ago and gas prices are still falling around the country.  Great for consumers! Find out why they're dropping when they normally are rising.

If you missed any of those (or just want a refresh), just follow those links to the articles on the Bell Performance blog.


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Ethanol Problems Facing Consumers

This post was published on July 2, 2012 and was updated on July 1, 2020.