Importing Full Flex Fuel Cars - Toyota or VW
I understand that the "full Flex fuel" cars made in Brazil run on gasoline, ethanol/ gas mix or total ethanol. (In Brazil this is sugar based ethanol.) I also understand that these type of vehicles outsold the gasoline driven autos this year.
Toyota is building a new auto factory in Mexico and may build the "full Flex models" there. I want to investigate how to order a US spec model for safety and emission standards. (I think the ethanol may already exceed the US standards.)
I am also working on trying to source out how to make ethanol via company with the web page "Kergy" which has developed a way to make ethanol from any carbon based material.
Any ideas how to weave all these unknowns together. I am eager to break away from the current internal combustion cars but have a lot of education to accomplish. John
The Us Federal Government Imposes A 58 Cent Per Gallon Import Ta
Using Sugar Cane To Make Ethanol Is Vastly More Efficient Than Corn But The Us Federal Government Imposes A 58 Cent Per Gallon Tax On Ethanol Made In Brazil From Sugar Cane When It Is Imported To The Us Artificially Making It More Expensive Than Gas