Yes, ethanol sure has the potential to do a number on your car's engine. So what's the solution exactly? The easiest solution is to refrain from using fuel with ethanol blends and stick with ethanol free gas mixtures. You can log on to www.puregas.org for a list of all gas stations in the United States and Canada that sell ethanol free gas.
Of course, filling up with ethanol free gas 100 percent of the time may not always be practical. That's where the likes of a stabilizing fuel additive come in particularly handy, as administering one after each full tank can balance the tank so that it's pure gas that's going through your engine, and no some ethanol blend. Fuel additives will also prevent your car's engine from dealing with the side effects that are caused by ethanol-blended fuels.
To review, there's two ways to ensure you have ethanol free gas pumping through your engine:
Refrain from filling up your tank with an ethanol blend