DaimlerChrysler Approves the Use of B20
The National Biodiesel Board (NBB) welcomed DaimlerChrysler’s decision to approve the use of B20, a blend of 20 percent biodiesel and 80 percent regular diesel fuel, in its Dodge Ram pickup trucks for government, military and commercial fleet customers. Use of B20 in fleets is approved effective with the 2007 Model Year for Dodge Ram pickups equipped with Cummins diesel engines. DaimlerChrysler is the first U.S. automaker to specifically approve of B20 in a warranty position statement.
Looks like it's only for .gov so far, but if they don't end up with a ton of problems, hopefully it will be expanded to the rest of us. I'm guessing they know the gov has mandates for alternative fuels, and expect to win a bunch of bids by having the only one approved for B20.