E10 fuel may lead to 'bigger problems' for some vehicles within 'six months to a year'

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Jonathan Barbara, Managing Director at Parkers MOT confirmed damage to cars from using E10 would not happen overnight. Instead, he has warned winter will be “the biggest issue” as vehicles could possibly become damaged by E10.

“If there is another lockdown, that is going to be a big problem.

“Cars are going to be sitting around all that ethanol keeps on absorbing the moisture in the tanks and fuel lines.

“It will cause so many problems, it’s unreal.”

Experts at Hagerty have warned E10 could cause a “variety of issues in older cars”.



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