Gasohol definition

Gasohol means a blended fuel composed of gasoline and fuel grade ethanol.
Gasohol means any motor fuel containing at least 10% alcohol the use of which the department of natural resources finds would improve air quality as compared to the use of gasoline or petroleum−based diesel fuel.
Gasohol means a gasoline fuel that is blended with denatured ethanol. Typically gasohol is a blend of 10% denatured ethanol and 90% gasoline, but the blended amounts may differ. The percentage of ethanol in the blend is identified by the letter "E" followed by the percentage number. A blend that is 10% denatured ethanol and 90% gasoline would be reflected as E-10.

Examples of Gasohol in a sentence

  • Gasohol is a reportable product liable for the motor fuel tax administered under Part I, Chapter 206, F.S. Report gasohol as Product Type 124, and include it on your tax return in Column A with gasoline.


More Definitions of Gasohol

Gasohol means a motor fuel composed of ninety percent (90%) gasoline by volume and ten percent (10%) denatured ethanol by volume;
Gasohol means motor fuel that is no more than 90%
Gasohol means motor vehicle fuel which contains more than nine and
Gasohol means a blended motor fuel composed of gasoline and motor fuel alcohol.
Gasohol means a gasoline fuel that is blended with denatured ethanol. Typically gasohol is a blend
Gasohol means motor fuel that is no more than 90% gasoline and at least 10% denatured ethanol that contains no more than 1.25% water by weight.
Gasohol means gasoline blended with ten percent (10%) or more of anhydrous ethanol.