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Driving a bio-ethanol car

Today the Monday Podcast talks about a new type of fuel – bio-ethanol. Graham has been driving a bio-ethanol car for the last week and comments on how the car is running and how new fuels help the environment.

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5 Responses to “Driving a bio-ethanol car”

  1. newstube.de Says:

    Wie es ist, ein Auto mit Bio-Ethanol Treibstoff zu fahren

    Heute in “The Monday Podcast” wird das Thema “Bio-Ethanol” besprochen. Seit einer Woche testen wir ein Auto, das mit diesem Kraftstoff fährt und berichten von unseren Erfahrungen.

  2. Driving with Bio-ethanol » Blog Archive » Do biofuels make food more expensive? My dealer says: no! Says:

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  4. AllThingsGerman.net » Blog Archive » Pendlerpauschale: or a taxing drive to work Says:

    […] be claimed back, either by producing tickets for public transport or on the basis of the kilometers driven.  But then, all that changed, and the first 20km could no longer be claimed […]

  5. Driving with Bio-ethanol » Blog Archive » Pendlerpauschale: or a taxing drive to work Says:

    […] be claimed back, either by producing tickets for public transport or on the basis of the kilometers driven.  But then, all that changed, and the first 20km could no longer be claimed […]

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