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Gas Tank - Which Side?

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Gas Tank - Which Side?

Gus Philpott
Woodstock Advocate
October 1, 2008


Gas Tank Side Indicator


How many times have you driven a rental car or someone else's car and pulled in for gas, only to find that the gas tank filler was on the "other" side of the vehicle?

It's just a minor inconvenience; right? Just one of life's little frustrations? (Unless you've been waiting in line for two hours in Atlanta for one of the few stations with gas and, if you try to turn around, you'll lose your place in line.)

In a recent email from a friend in Springfield, I learned that there is a way to know on which side of your car the gas tank door is located.

Do you know how to learn where the gas tank filler is, without trying to see it in the outside mirror or leaning far out the window (or without getting out of the car)?

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