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Best of the Bell Blog - October

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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.

There were ten articles published in the month of October @ the Bell Blog. Something for everyone. We started out hitting topics on premium gas & octane & ethanol, and finished the month warning everyone about Frankenstorm (which, unfortunately, turned out to be worse than expect).  Here are some highlights in case you missed any of them.

More Automakers Officially Approve E15 Use - Ford and GM joined party for their 2013 model vehicles.  Honda and Toyota are still holding out.

Your Gas Tank Could Feed 20 People - A new study shows the ethanol in your gas could have gone to feed as many as 20 people. A new bullet in the Food vs. Fuel debate.

Does Premium Gas Have Ethanol In It? - We dispel the rumor that premium gas is better because it doesn't contain ethanol.

You Could Be Wasting $$ On Premium Gas - What octane gas do you need? The wrong answer Hurricane Sandywill cost you $$.

Your Family's Safety: What To Learn From Frankenstorm - No matter where you are, you need to have a storm safety plan.

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

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This post was published on November 6, 2012 and was updated on November 19, 2013.