gelynch52 wrote: »
Some posters seem to be confused as to what biofuel actually is. It is deisel fuel made from any plant or animal oil. It is not to be used in place of engine lubricating oil. In the USA most biofuel is made from corn or soybeans & is used in place of diesel fuel. It is NOT just an additive. In some northern climates that biodiesel must be diluted or it will freeze. In The Philippines it can be used straight & will not harm anything. It can be made from sugar or even from old newspapers. Wood scraps from furniture making & the scrap from logging can also be used. There is no reason to tie the production of biodiesel to sugar since it can be made from many things including old cooking oil (McDonalds or Jollibee, KFC etc).
dark_half wrote: »
I have a 1998 Toyota Corolla.
Can I gas up with Bio-fuel like Shell's E10? Is it safe to use in my car?