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Anew Travel Center Grand Opening in Cambridge

March 14, 2014

Anew Travel Center is now offering several ethanol fuel choices to Flex Fuel Vehicles and E15 is available for 2001 model year and newer vehicles. The Anew Travel Center’s Grand Opening will be held on March 19, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Customers will have the opportunity to save on E15, E30 and E85. The station is located at 41501 Harvest Drive in Cambridge, Nebraska.

One in ten Nebraska motorists currently owns a flexible fuel vehicle (FFV) which can run on any blend of ethanol and gasoline, including E85. Drivers can confirm if their vehicle is a FFV by checking their owner’s manual or visiting the Nebraska Ethanol Board website. Many flex fuel vehicles have a yellow fuel cap or a flex fuel logo on the vehicle.

The Environmental Protection Agency’s recent approval of the higher ethanol blend E15 gives consumers a lower cost choice at the pump at a time of rising gas prices. Many consumers select E15 as a higher octane “mid-grade” option. E15 is expected to be priced about twenty cents a gallon less than no-lead gasoline. Vehicles from model years 2001 and newer along with drivers of the state’s one hundred and fifty thousand Flex Fuel vehicles can use E-15. For more information on this and other Nebraska ethanol fuels, visit