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miffmole

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I was pleased to find a place selling 100% gasoline in Loris, SC today.  They also have it available at their North Myrtle Beach store.

Their owner says they will offer ethanol-free gasoline as long as it is available to them.

http://www.fordsfuelandpropane.com/

Ford's Fuel Services, Inc.

Attention: Customer Care Center

4115 Holly Street

Loris, South Carolina 29569

843-756-3918

 

Fords Fuel and Propane-North Myrtle Beach

1519 Old Hwy 17 North

North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29582

843-249-1614 or 843-249-4300

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Exxon on Dorchester Road inSummerville has "no ethanol" signs. I tested the fuel a few months ago and they were telling the truth.

In Saint George SC there is a station with no ethanol (where I live)
In Orangeburg there is one. I cant remember the name right now.
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