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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by FIMCO-MEISTER, Jul 5, 2008.
Left the grocery store and saw this. I guess it has come to this.
I've been meaning to get locking gas caps for our vehicles.
I wondered why this person chose this method over a locking cap. Being funny? making a statement? Letting other know gas thieves are out there? I used to put the pump in my truck and then go into the store to do my number 1 and/or 2 and buy a drink. Now I stand guard until my gas transaction is complete. We are now paying 3.99 for regular unleaded. I'm betting it hits 4.50 this summer. My credit card cuts off at 85.00.
Not to mention Diesel! About $4.65 around me right now pump cuts off at $75 and have to re-swipe. Prob about $120 to fill up F-250 needless to say it sits in the driveway quite a bit!
It probably *is* cheaper than a locking gas cap! And it does make a statement.
Right now, reg unleaded 87 octane is $4.29 a gallon and up. Last week I was in NJ and saw $3.97 a gallon.
its tough to hear about what you all are paying..
Locking gas cap doesn't work. If you have ever lost your keys to your cap any pair of pliers will open the cap.
Now that most fuel tanks are plastic, thieves have just started drilling holes in the tanks and filling buckets. I'd rather that they siphoned the gas and didn't mess up my fuel tank. And for the record... about $5.70/gal for diesel here...
my old mand grew up in jersey city..
"locks are for honest people"