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by MBAcura  Dec 31, 2015

Happy New Year!

by Legend7272  Oct 04, 2015

Would you like to be buddies? Have a great day.

by MBAcura  Jul 04, 2015

Have a safe and fun Fourth of July!

by Jarol  May 06, 2015

I've joined your campaign to "school" Iowa GBs about midgrade. I've given several this lengthy post. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>"We have a tough task in Iowa City. I wrote to the GB Administrator for clarification on their rules for the website. Their position is that we must report gas prices by octane grade not price and regardless of what marketing label the station puts on the regular. So, regular is 87 octane and it doesn't matter if it has ethanol or not. We have our choice which regular to report in the regular slot. But we are only to report octane 89 as mid-grade and octane 91 or 93 as premium. Many of our stations do not offer mid-grade or premium and thus those slots are to be left blank. The administration hopes to have an option for ethanol and non-ethanol sometime in the future but not now." >>>>> It's helped a little. Some just get mad at me.

by kcar55  Apr 19, 2015

Congratulations on 2,000 consecutive days!

by DABEE1073  Apr 19, 2015

Congratulations on hitting 2000 consecutive days. Keep it going. Want to be Buddies?

by Jarol  Jan 26, 2015

Thanks for the forum link. I just joined the fray.

by Jarol  Jan 26, 2015

In Iowa City, we have a Sinclair station that has 3 pumps and all are 87 octane. Some people insist in reporting one as midgrade because the price is higher. [w/o ethanol]

by Jarol  Jan 26, 2015

Yep, you are right. So many GBs put increasing prices in order instead of GRADE of fuel. The GB administration wrote to me say that they have no interest in reporting with or without ethanol prices but just report GRADES. Maybe your quote will help.

by Jarol  Jan 25, 2015

I love your quote: If octane isn't >=89 it isn't midgrade! I'm amazed how many people don't get it.

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