2007 Florida Statutes
Mixing, blending, compounding, or adulteration of liquid fuels of same manufacturer prohibited; sale of gasohol.
526.06 Mixing, blending, compounding, or adulteration of liquid fuels of same manufacturer prohibited; sale of gasohol.--It is unlawful for any person to mix, blend, compound, or adulterate the liquid fuel, lubricating oil, grease, or similar product of a manufacturer or distributor with a liquid fuel, lubricating oil, grease, or similar product of the same manufacturer or distributor of a character or nature different from the character or nature of the liquid fuel, lubricating oil, grease, or similar product so mixed, blended, compounded, or adulterated, and expose for sale, offer for sale, or sell the same as the unadulterated product of such manufacturer or distributor or as the unadulterated product of any other manufacturer or distributor. However, nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prevent the lawful owner of such products from applying his, her, or its own trademark, trade name, or symbol to any product or material. Alcohol-blended fuels which contain 90 percent unleaded gasoline and 10 percent ethyl alcohol of a minimum of 198 proof and a maximum 50 parts per million of acetic acid, commonly known as "gasohol," may be sold at retail service stations for use in motor vehicles, as long as the gasoline component complies with current state specifications, until the American Society for Testing and Materials approves specifications for gasohol.
History.--s. 6, ch. 16083, 1933; CGL 1936 Supp. 7315(7); s. 13, ch. 80-77; s. 716, ch. 97-103.