As a side note, the one thing that seemed to be a constant throughout the entire journey was the inability of EVERY SINGLE GAS PUMP between Wilmington DE and Salt Lake City to keep the handle locked in position. With virtually NO exceptions, I had to hold the handle about 1/3rd to 1/2 open by hand and wait for the 50 or 60 or 70 gallons to pump in. And in the 100' heat, it was a chore!
It didn't seem to matter whether it was Pilot, Chevron, Phillips 66, Gulf, Sinclair, or whatever, the nozzles were so sensitive to fuel back-up they simply would not hold. In Jersey, where there is no self service, the guys shove the nozzle in, jam it into FULL FLOW, and walk away, and the darn nozzle pumps out 100 gallons in about 3 minutes...lol
Anybody else notice this or am I just overly sensitive?