E85 is hard to come by around here (georgia) so the cars are just running regular fuel. they are eating camshafts at a rate of 1 to 2 per week to the dealer no joke. we always have 3 of our cars at the dodge dealer for warranty, thats the most the fleet manager wants up there. if the car can run ok just a little noise, we let the car go back on the road until a spot at the dealer opens up. most of these cars are about to be out of the 100k powertrain warranty so we are going to have our hands full here.