GAO: OCTANE MISLABELING CHEATS MOTORISTS

Octane mislabeling may be cheating U.S. motorists out of $150 million/year, the General Accounting Office says. The 1978 Petroleum Marketing Practices Act (PMPA) requires service stations to post the octane ratings of gasoline at the pump. The Federal Trade Commission and Environmental Protection Agency enforce the law.

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