I receive this email today and like to share with all of you. Don't know how reliable it is, but makes sense, and hopefully ringgit and sen!!
<< How not to lose money at the gas pumps!
> > (1)My line of work is in petroleum pipeline for about 31 years
> > now, so here are some tricks to get more of your money's worth for
> > every litter.
> > (2)Only buy or fill up your car or truck in the early morning when
> > the ground temperature is still cold. Remember that all service
> > stations have
> >storage tanks buried below ground. The colder the ground the more
> >dense is the gasoline, when it
warmer gasoline expands, so buying in the afternoon or in the evening,
> your 1-gal is not exactly 1-gal.
> > (3)If there is a gasoline truck bringing loads at the time when you
> > have to buy gas do not fill up,
> most likely the gasoline has been stirred up when the gas is
> delivered, and you might get some of the dirt that settled at the
> > (4)When you're filling up do not squeeze the
> > of the nozzle to a fast mode. If you look up you will see that the
> > trigger has three (3) stages:
> > lo, mid, and hi, with slow mode you should be pumping on low speed,
> > thereby minimizing the
> that were created while you are pumping.
> >If you are pumping on fast rates, some of the
> >that goes to your tank become vapors; those vapors were being sucked
> >up back to the underground tank
> that you're getting less worth of your money.
> > (5)One of the most important tip is to fill up
> >your gas tank is half full or half empty. The
> for this is, the more gas you have in your tank the less air occupying
> it's empty space, remember gasoline evaporates faster than you think.
> > Hope this will help you guys with your pump cost. >>