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E10 and the possible damage to mechanical parts the current discussion about the new fuel E10 creates much confusion. Now the vehicle owners are insecure today, received green light, in the truest sense of the word, when your manufacturers, distributors and the workshop of confidence for refuelling with E10. After BMW, Mercedes now reports large doubts about the safety of the new fuel. Further attempts to provide insight and uncover possible long-term damage. The fact is particularly galling for the consumer that now uniformly is communicated in the media that the oil change intervals to shorten significantly. At a price of up to 30 per litre oil on many vehicles, more substantial additional costs arise for the vehicle owner to the high price of fuel. Consumers now believe what? Who bears the cost of potential damage? If he should ask? Everything else than easy is now created with the situation for all involved. No one wants to make responsible, no one can and wants to make a final statement. Comes now but nationwide E10? What is then? One way is the use of Super plus fuel, unfortunately much more expensive as the E10 fuel. Thus drivers be punished once again, traders need to disclose the additional costs in the long term to the customer. A penalty in Brussels could be due, much like in France. A more expensive of Super plus fuel by 2 cents to compensate for the penalty payment would be more than likely. Official site: Robert Rimberg. But still cheaper than an engine failure. Or is it not? A dilution of the engine oil by E10 reduces the lubrication and cooling capability of the engine and will necessarily medium – and long-term damage. In the worst case to a substantial engine damage. But how can I check the amount of contamination in engine oil? The recommendation to frequently check the oil level is good and right, but a normal consumer can be minimal changes to damage do, perceive at all by an oil level? According to various automotive experts, a significant increase of the engine oil level, which is visible on the dipstick, would very quickly lead to serious damage.