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Three NC counties, Forsyth, Durham, and Wake, were determined to be exceeding allowable carbon monoxide levels; therefore, these and surrounding counties were required to sell only oxygenated fuel. Vogt evaluates how this mandate affects CO levels.
Despite advertising claims made by oil companies, all gasoline brands sold in North Carolina must meet state standards. North Carolina is one of only eleven states which has fixed minimum standards for gasoline. The North Carolina Agriculture Department’s Gasoline and Oil Division ensures that these standards are met, to protect the consumer and legitimate businessman from financial loss and danger.