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What is a biofuel vehicle?

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Gasoline biofuel is a mixture of gasoline and ethanol. Ethanol is a plant based alcohol, I.E. biological. Biodiesel works the same was but is an oil not an alocohol. The diesel engine was original designed and ran on a biofuel(peanut oil).

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