Classic car E10 fuel damage can be avoided with 'good maintenance and common sense'

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“They are running on the E10, occasionally drop a tank of E5 in it if you are doing a lot of mileage.

“But if you are just using it during the summer, just be sensible, keep it topped up.”

There are fears new E10 fuel could damage older and incompatible vehicles.

Experts at classic car firm Hagerty Insurance warns doubling the amount of ethanol in fuel can cause a “variety of issues” in older cars.



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