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Old 01-09-2016, 06:28 AM   #71
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Fueling a DP in the truck lanes

Originally Posted by ladagobago View Post
the same thing said last month. I charge $175 per hr but still like to save 20-30 bucks per fill by looking for fuel up to 30 cents differential often at large easy to enter stations. I use mapquest for fuel pricing and look for best price on my route. A little planning works well.

besides, my DW is Welch and she pinches pennies. If I don't save money she pinches me. we use a cash back credit card and get 3% back.

I took on 105 gal yesterday at the Flying J in Brunswick, GA. Using my Pilot/FJ charge card the price was $1.97. I've been parked since mid November so this was my first fill up since then and the price made me smile. I used the truck lanes and there were a couple of lanes empty when I pulled up. With the Pilot card with auto pump start, there was no need to go inside at all. From exiting I95 to re entering I95 was about 20 minutes. Can't get more trouble free than that.

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