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FAQ's Gas Pumps

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  • Am I responsible for the gasoline that is spilled on the ground at a gas station because the automatic shut-off valve on the nozzle did not shut off?

  • If a gasoline pump and a diesel pump are right together and I inadvertently put diesel fuel in my gasoline tank or visa-versa, am I responsible?

  • What steps can I take to prevent being cheated at a gas station?

  • I bought a new gas can the other day at the local hardware store. It's supposed to be a five gallon can but I got 5 ½ gallons in it. I think the pump must be in error.

  • I filled up at the gas station yesterday and put 15 gallons of gas in my tank. However, when I got to the station, my fuel gauge still was on 1/4 of a tank and my owners manual says the tank only holds 16 gallons. How can this be? I think the pump must be in error.

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