New E10 fuel could 'accelerate deterioration' of vehicles and even 'start a fire'


    They also said rubber was “particularly affected” by the new fuel compound in a major warning to drivers.

    The RAC has previously warned at least 600,000 cars could be incompatible with the new fuel.

    As a general rule, cars built before 2002 are unlikely to be compatible with E10.

    However, only since 2011 has it been mandatory to build cars capable of running on E10 fuel.

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