Press Release from the FBHVC.
This Press Release is an FBHVC clarification on E10 fuel usage and labelling for historic vehicles. You can either read it below or download it to your device to read later.
Thanks to member Anthony Osborne for sharing this with us all.
In summary, FBHVC recommends:
"... all vehicles produced before 2000 and some vehicles from the early 2000s that are considered non-compatible with E10 should use the Super E5 Protection grade where the Ethanol content is limited to a maximum of 5%.
To check compatibility of vehicles produced since 2000, we recommend using the new online E10 compatibility checker: https://www.gov.uk/check-vehicle-e10-petrol however, please note that many manufacturers are missing and there are some discrepancies regarding particular models.
Additional information on vehicle compatibility issues is available on the FBHVC website https://fbhvc.co.uk/fuels."