There may be more. The site is maintained and updated by the users. I'll be adding a few local country stores to the list that are in my neck of the woods that have a high number of landscapers and tree workers that have a tough time finding straight gasoline.Only two in N.H.
Wish there were more. Wonder how much it's going for per gallon.
How competetive pricing, etc.
I'm not an expert, but my understanding is there are two major concerns about ethanol.However, I don't really know the consequences of it.
You do basically what I've been doing for years. The only difference is I've been using Sta-Bil but that may change.While not a proponent of the ethanol industry, I use it. The only station around here that sells straight gas is 30 miles away.
As noted by klr4evr, shelf life is a concern.
Which brings up a related question, since I run the ethanol blend in everything and we're talking shelf life.
Seems like all small engine manufacturers recommend you drain the fuel system for storage. I'm guessing they're probably right and I'm probably wrong, but I don't do it with my motorcycles, mowers or anything else.
At the end of the season, I fill the tanks, then add fairly copious amounts of Seafoam and let the engines run for awhile to make sure the Seafoam has circulated through the system.
Everything fires right up in the Spring. Again, I may be foolish, but it seems to me there are components in the fuel system, such as seals, o-rings, etc., that depend on the fuel for lubrication/preservation. It doesn't make any sense to dry them out for months at a time by draining everything.
Am I mistaken? Should I top off the KLR tank and add some Seafoam, shut off the tank and then drain the rest of the fuel system? We're talking a term of about 3-4 months here with a 10% ethanol blend and Seafoam in the system.