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Old 10-19-2012, 12:38 AM
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the only way to get a true reading at the gas pump, is to pump your gas at 60 degrees F

that is why the people that know, say to fill your tank in the early morning, during the hotter months

Out here, the Dept. of Agriculture checks the gas pumps at regular intervals & also on random dates & times
Any pump that is found to pump more or less than the proper measured gallon, is RED TAGGED, they have a correction chart for temperatures

here is the chart
http://www.nh.gov/agric/news/documen...emperature.pdf
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