Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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Pump disclosures by automotive fuel retailers. Requires a retailer that markets automotive fuel to the general public and that has at least one retail location in Indiana from which the retailer dispenses automotive fuel for sale to do the following: (1) Post the automotive fuel rating of all automotive fuels that the retailer sells by putting at least one label on the face of each dispenser through which the retailer sells such fuels. (2) Comply with the federal Petroleum Marketing Practices Act and regulations adopted under that act. (3) Comply with the state department of health's motor fuels inspection program. Pump disclosures by automotive fuel retailers. Requires a retailer that markets automotive fuel to the general public and that has at least one retail location in Indiana from which the retailer dispenses automotive fuel for sale to do the following: (1) Post the automotive fuel rating of all automotive fuels that the retailer sells by putting at least one label on the face of each dispenser through which the retailer sells such fuels. (2) Comply with the federal Petroleum Marketing Practices Act and regulations adopted under that act. (3) Comply with the state department of health's motor fuels inspection program. Provides that for purposes of these provisions, "automotive fuel" includes alternative liquid automotive fuels, including the following: (1) Methanol, denatured ethanol, and other alcohols. (2) Mixtures containing 85% or more by volume of: (A) methanol; (B) denatured ethanol; or (C) other alcohols; with gasoline or other fuels. Provides that a person who violates any of the specified requirements: (1) commits a deceptive act that is actionable by the attorney general; and (2) is subject to all applicable remedies and penalties set forth in the deceptive consumer sales act. ... View more