It's one of those questions that will eat at you until you know the answer. I couldn't stand it so I clicked on the article, and this is what I found out about the fuel doors on our vehicles, and why we don't have them all on the same darn side!
Valdez and co would steal unsuspecting people's credit card info in order to make a "clone" of their card. Thieves would then use high-capacity tanks hidden in pick-up truck beds to fill up on their mark's dime.
The brightly glowing red led lights politely display the price per gallon of gasoline at gas station and convenience stores all over town, but they can be very misleading sometimes! Just the other day I was in need of gas on my way home and I've driven by this station many times and it always seemed they had less expensive gas and now I know why!
Just about everyone is rejoicing with lower gas prices (except if you own a gas station). Prices have fallen considerably since the summer, when gas was around $3.39 to now $2.59 a gallon. I've even noticed a big change in the total at the pump when I go to fill up my truck and I appreciate it as does my bank account!
I wrote a post about running out of gas at the drive-thru window at Burger King. It turned out to be the best place to run out of gas because they were so understanding and helpful.
After having that experience, it made me wonder where the worst places to run out of gas in Louisiana would be...
We’re paying about a nickel less at the pump today than we were a week ago. AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report says the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Shreveport/Bossier is $3.54. At this time last Monday, we were paying $3.59. Statewide, the average this morning is $3.57. Nationally, it’s $3.66.