TomTom GPS Finds 85 Percent Ethanol Fuel

Cindy Zimmerman

The “smart choice in personal navigation” just got smarter.

tomtomThe Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) has released a new GPS application for TomTom users that maps out the location of E85 stations for flex-fuel vehicle (FFV) drivers. RFA also released a similar GPS application for the Garmin GPS device last week.

“We are continuing to explore new ways to connect the consumer with ethanol-blended fuels,” says Robert White, RFA Director of Market Development. “TomTom and Garmin represent 67% of all GPS devices sold in the United States, and with our cooperation with the Department of Energy on station locations, this will continue to yield great results.”

The TomTom application will sort the closest E85 fueling stations to the user’s location and their chosen destination. This application is available as a national database, which includes all E85 fueling locations across the United States. FFV owners can download this application to their GPS device, either TomTom or Garmin, with a few simple steps by going to

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