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Posted: 07/08/21 04:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

jdc1 wrote:

"Back in the day" you wouldn't be here....or sitting in an RV as nice as you have now.


Why not? I worked "back in the day". And lots of people had very nice RVs. ME, I had a very nice boat.


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Another exemption is "classic vehicles" you are allowed to pump their own gas in classic vehicles. kinda up to you to define "classic"


HaHa how many people these days could even find the filler neck on some of the Classic Vehicles. I have a 76 Pontiac Lemans setting in the shed ( Unfortunately turning to ****)that has the gas cap behind the rear license plate. I love telling young people to find it and they never can figure out where it is. lol

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rightlaneonly wrote:

back in the "day" you not only had someone pump the gas, they washed thee windows, checked the oil, tested the battery and aired the tires and gas was .29 cents a gallon! I miss the good ole days
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Yes and everyone griped about the 29 cents back then too.


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Bumpyroad wrote:

New Jersey was the only place that I recall was backwards enough to not allow one to pump their own gasoline.
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Well I welcome "backward" NJ pumping my gas.
You won't see the typical losers like in other states that get $5 worth of gas and abandon their car at the pump for the next 1/2 hour to get their junk food groceries for the next week, inside.
Gas jockey keeps the pumps clear.

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People are staying home and making more money than working for it. Besides, I've been to Oregon and have seen the people pumping the gas. Glad I was on a motorcycle where I pumped gas myself.

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CavemanCharlie wrote:

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Another exemption is "classic vehicles" you are allowed to pump their own gas in classic vehicles. kinda up to you to define "classic"


HaHa how many people these days could even find the filler neck on some of the Classic Vehicles. I have a 76 Pontiac Lemans setting in the shed ( Unfortunately turning to ****)that has the gas cap behind the rear license plate. I love telling young people to find it and they never can figure out where it is. lol

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxTQT9LmzTY

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NJRVer wrote:

Bumpyroad wrote:

New Jersey was the only place that I recall was backwards enough to not allow one to pump their own gasoline.
bumpy



Well I welcome "backward" NJ pumping my gas.
You won't see the typical losers like in other states that get $5 worth of gas and abandon their car at the pump for the next 1/2 hour to get their junk food groceries for the next week, inside.
Gas jockey keeps the pumps clear.


yes, here in oregon same thing. vehicle filled, move on, they don't let cars sit empty and on the rare occasion it does, the loudspeaker usually embarasses the person into moving quick.


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Here in backwards Oregon, our can't pump your own gas state fuel is cheaper than the pump your own sates around us. WA, CA and ID. I will admit I love pumping my own diesel until some jerk leaves his vehicle blocking the pumps.
During the winter when it rains more than it's sunny it's nice to be able to stay in your car and keep dry and warm while filling up.

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