I have just filled my car up this morning for the first time (knowingly) with E10 petrol, which is being introduced to replace E5 over the summer/autumn. My son sent me a Tiktok video the other week concerned that E10 would damage his car. The guy in the video was asserting that E10 has been introduced to remove older cars from the road or damage them so that people will have to go electric. I was horrified at this misrepresentation of something I thought was being done to help emissions and green things up a bit. Whether growing stuff to distil it and put it in our cars is any better than using fossil fuels, I'm not sure... I gather E10 has been used in the USA for quite some time, and I don't see a tsunami of wrecked engines or outrage across the 'states. All our cars seem to be OK on the UK Gov checker, other than the family MG Midget, which will have to be run on higher grade fuel like VPower as it will remain E5. It also runs with a lead replacement additive, as the head hasn't been redone with hardened valve seats. Anyone seen any appreciable evidence of damage or problems?