I had to get a couple of gas cans but the new ones suck the bone. You cannot pour them without having a little ridge to press the nozzle against and they don't breath when being poured very well and they spill more gas than ever. So First I got a racing gas can. They come in neat cubic shape five gallon sizes and are unaffected by the new regulations and the lawsuits by stupid people who sued the can makers after throwing gas from a can on a fire and burning themselves. It's never the lawyers, it's the stupid people who call them who are itching to sue some one. Anyways The Racing cans don't come in small sizes that are so handy for littler machines. So I reached into my tool box and did two things: I drilled the nozzles out with a large drill bit destroying the lock out mechanism so that they just pour when I tilt them. But I still needed a vent. Then I grabbed a water line tap available in any hardware store. Like so: Works Great~!! I had to use a hand drill with a little bit to make the hole as you can't squeeze the tap down like you would on a copper pipe. The seal is good and I can vent my can at will.