In Iowa, presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann is pushing for a subsidy to offset the cost of converting traditional gasoline cars to flex-fuel cars in order to boost E85 consumption, rather than subsidies like the blenders credit. She says the cost is only about $80 per car but that’s likely just the equipment required for the conversion rather than the cost that includes labor.
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