Originally Posted by BMWsky
One thing to pay attention to is the availability of E85 over the next year or so; corn crops are facing a shortage in supply. This could either drive the price of E85 up or force certain stations to just stop offering it.
That shouldn't really be a problem. Large scale American corn farmers are paid to only produce a certain amount of corn per season to prevent over production which would drive down prices. If they need to increase production they can do it relatively quickly.
Of coarse, that's assuming there's not restrictions against increasing production to make up for a bad season. Which there probably are