When a consumer goes to the gas pump to fill up; they are assuming what they are paying for is gasoline. In Ohio, that's a big assumption. Because Ohio has no regulatory program to test and ensure the quality of gasoline, Ohioans are using blind luck at the pump.
Over the past several years, the Ohio Department of Agriculture has commissioned three independent tests to sample the quality of Ohio's fuel. The results of these tests indicate unacceptable failure levels in fuel quality.