Currently, in Nebraska, over three–quarters of all vehicles use gasoline or an ethanol–blend. There are 1,688,692 gasoline/ethanol–blend vehicles, 209,397 flex fuel vehicles, 144,574 diesel/biodiesel vehicles, 16,473 electric/gasoline hydrid vehicles, 5,020 compressed natural gas vehicles, 740 vehicles with gasoline engines that can easily be converted to gaseous–powered engines (powered by natural gas, propane, etc.), 527 propane vehicles, 183 vehicles using only ethanol fuel (dedicated), 507 electric vehicles, and 89 vehicles using only methanol gas (dedicated).
From 2014 to 2017, the percentages are relatively the same. From 2017, vehicles operating on gasoline or an ethanol–blend comprise the majority of registered vehicles in Nebraska (81.73 percent). The next largest category is flex fuel vehicles (10.13 percent) followed closely by diesel/biodiesel vehicles (7.00 percent).
Nebraska vehicles consuming other fuels represent 1.14 percent of registered vehicles in Nebraska. Electric and gasoline hydrid vehicles in Nebraska represent 0.797 percent of all registered vehicles, compressed natural gas vehicles represent 0.243 percent, propane vehicles represent 0.026 percent, electric vehicles represent 0.025 percent, ethanol vehicles represent 0.009 percent, vehicles with engines that are convertible to gaseous power represent 0.036 percent, and methanol gas vehicles represent 0.004 percent.