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Bell's Best of the Blog - March

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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.

We covered notable events in the news (the President's limo, the Edsel designer), talked once again about gas prices (why were they going up?) and even covered a bit of helpful news for fleet professionals.  Here's a run down of what you might have missed:

Oops...someone put diesel in President Obama's gasoline limo - What happens when you put diesel in a gas engine? Someone found out the hard way; not the best start to the President's trip to Israel.

Ethanol fuel stabilizers - Lots of people trying to sell additives to "fix ethanol". Here's what you need to know.

Why are gas prices going up? - Gas prices were shooting up earlier in March.

RIP Mr. Edsel - An oldie but a goodie. The story of the designer of the Edsel, a failure-turned-success.

Engine Lubricant - When is Synthetic Not Synthetic? - Some people may not be getting what they think they are.

What is "Peak Oil"? - Politicians like to use this phrase. What does it mean?

Budget Hawks Debate Spending on US Navy Biofuel Program - Eyebrows being raised when the Navy spends $27 a gallon on bio-fuel for warships.

Fleet Fuel Management Systems Help Save $$ - Great new technology exists that can really help fleets trim their costs and boost their efficiency.

A Mileage Experiment for Ethanol Defense

Sometimes, our customers do their own testing to see if what they're buying is worth it. And sometimes, said customer is an automotive technology professor at a university.

An Ethanol Defense Review: An Automotive Professor's Experiment

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This post was published on March 31, 2013 and was updated on November 19, 2013.