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Old 03-30-2013, 05:12 PM   #15
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This topic can be discussed only if it's regarding RV fuel prices as our rules specify.

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Gas or diesel.
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Old 03-30-2013, 07:38 PM   #16
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That is what I was wondering. Is this for gasoline or does it cover diesel also? Diesel already has low sulphur so is diesel included in this new scam?

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Old 03-30-2013, 08:05 PM   #17
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The proposed EPA rule rule;
The proposed vehicle standards would reduce both tailpipe and evaporative emissions from passenger cars, light-duty trucks, medium-duty passenger vehicles, and some heavy-duty vehicles.

Nothing like being real specific.
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Old 03-30-2013, 10:54 PM   #18
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Read the links provided. The regs are specific to gasoline.

Diesel is not gasoline, and vice versa.
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Read the links provided. The regs are specific to gasoline.

Diesel is not gasoline, and vice versa.

End of thread?
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Old 03-31-2013, 11:02 PM   #20
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COWS

We are in Central CA as well, lets not get started on cows,

There are dairies who capture the stuff and run generators from the gas, the city of Fresno does same with sewer gas running locomotive engines to operate generators...many ways of turning waste into $$$

However, if the rest of the country would adopt the CA fuel standards then the cost of fuel for us would go down as the supply would increase from only a few sources to many, and since CA already is doing it the research dollars are not as bad as one may think.

Everyone's fuel may go up, Govt states only $0.01 a gal, industry states $0.10 per gal.

So who knows...
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How come cows get all the blame? Seems there is more humans in this world than cows.
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Old 04-01-2013, 12:45 AM   #22
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How come cows get all the blame? Seems there is more humans in this world than cows.
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Tell me again the part again where I should pay more for my gasoline so Californians can pay less. Sounds like a plan..... But I wouldn't bank on it.
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That was a real hoot alright.
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For those spelling-challenged - or perhaps not familiar with old sayings, it's

"Grin and BEAR it" - NOT "Grin and BARE it"

"Grin and BARE it is what you do just before climbing into bed - "Grin and BEAR it", is what you do when some new unexpected and undesired load is being placed on your back - or billfold...

Now, wise up - and get it WRITE!
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Roll up yer pant legs. Too late for the socks.

Of course the big three are going to tell the Detroit news they are for the new regulations, they got $$$,$$$,$$$ in bailout money. (I know Ford didn't)

How can they not agree to the Govt. regulations. The EPA probably called them and said, "oh, by the way, your are for these new regulations."


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For those spelling-challenged - or perhaps not familiar with old sayings, it's

"Grin and BEAR it" - NOT "Grin and BARE it"

"Grin and BARE it is what you do just before climbing into bed - "Grin and BEAR it", is what you do when some new unexpected and undesired load is being placed on your back - or billfold...

Now, wise up - and get it WRITE!
I like to grin and beer it. Sometimes the other way around.
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