other gasoline additives. I have been using 89-91 octane gas blended with gas-ahol for the last 10 years. I have done this because in most cases it is cheaper where I live than regular unleaded gas and because it is a higher octane. I have not noticed any problems with deterioration of rubber, seals, tubes, lines, etc. The other day a friend of mine told me his company refused to let him put gasahol into his company provided vehicle even if it was cheaper because they felt the blended gas caused problems. With my new Pilot coming in the next 30 days I wanted to get input from any of you as to any "facts" you can provide if this is true or not. Thanks for the input.