Everyone knows that alcohol belongs in a martini glass and not in a car engine. Alcohol, since its introduction into the "combustion" part of the engine had to be designed with parts that are non-reactive to alcohol or its combustion byproducts. Alcohol is water soluble, gasoline products are not. It's that oil and water problem like oil and vinegar for salad dressing. It's chemistry my friends. Unfortunately, our hard working farmers have "grown" accustomed to the corn market. Most farmers just grow and harvest corn while other types of businesses buy corn for producing alcohol and or derivatives. So many types of businesses will be affected as corn production acres are slowly fazed out. We may just find our vehicle getting better mileage and require less maintenance. Gone will be the "fruity" odors from the car exhaust. Hopefully, the bar tab will be less, but that aged whiskey will remain unchanged. Cheers!