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Free tank of gas in Atlanta, Houston, Miami and Washington DC areas.

wase13 147 44 August 9, 2016 at 04:31 PM in Gas (3)
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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes August 9, 2016 at 05:43 PM
Came across this new fuel delivery service.

http://mobilefuel.me/

http://mobilefuel.me/

They offer first free tank of gas and membership can be canceled for a full refund within first 90 days. if you live in those areas that can be up to $70-80 in free gas depending on the size of your gas tank.
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Signup links are active only for ATL and Houston. And I'm leery of any service that I can't cancel online. I imagine you'll be on the phone for at least a half hour with a CSR paid on commission before you get anywhere close to being allowed to cancel. So for sure use a disposable CC# if you try this.
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Thanks OP and repped.
Tried the service out in Houston. It was very fast, they come in a pickup truck with a 100 gallon tank,
pop open your gas tank, fill it up with a meter they have attached to the nozzle and bill your card. You don't even have to be there. It's a pretty cool service.
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What the hell? People are that lazy that they can't go to a gas station?
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What the hell? People are that lazy that they can't go to a gas station?
lol there is a gas station every 20 feet in these cities...i would be embarrased to even try this for free.
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Quote from jduiguid View Post :
Thanks OP and repped.
Tried the service out in Houston. It was very fast, they come in a pickup truck with a 100 gallon tank,
pop open your gas tank, fill it up with a meter they have attached to the nozzle and bill your card. You don't even have to be there. It's a pretty cool service.
Have you canceled yet? How easy was it?
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What the hell? People are that lazy that they can't go to a gas station?
I'm ashamed to admit that I'm even too lazy to drive, even if someone came to put free gas into my tank lol
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The only time I wish for this service is when I'm sweaty / dirty cutting the grass and totally ran out of gas. What would the re-filler guy think when he's pumping my lawn tractor LMAO
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I'd pay for this if they delivered ethanol-free fuel as its a long drive to the closest ethanol free gas station for me
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what kind of gas is it? premium shell gas? don't want to put anything that isn't premium otherwise it damages the engine. There is a difference in quality of gas for no brand name, wholesale gas, and brand name gas.
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what kind of gas is it? premium shell gas? don't want to put anything that isn't premium otherwise it damages the engine.

Facepalm

When you become of driving age...please come back and we'll have a discussion over the different grades of gasoline and how "Premium" grade in your '92 stock Honda Civic (or most cars) isn't going to make a difference over Regular or Plus.
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Facepalm

When you become of driving age...please come back and we'll have a discussion over the different grades of gasoline and how "Premium" grade in your '92 stock Honda Civic (or most cars) isn't going to make a difference over Regular or Plus.
Then are you telling me not to listen to what the owner's manual says when it tells me I should only put higher than 91 octane in the tank? I agree with you that all gas is the same and may come from the same refinery if you only have one closest to your area. But if you buy a no brand name gas, you best put additives in to help clean your engine or buy from a brand name every third fill.
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Then are you telling me not to listen to what the owner's manual says when it tells me I should only put higher than 91 octane in the tank? I agree with you that all gas is the same and may come from the same refinery if you only have one closest to your area. But if you buy a no brand name gas, you best put additives in to help clean your engine or buy from a brand name every third fill.
You're attempting to mix up too many things...and just coming off confused.

Grades of gas you were talking about (i.e. Premium) which has to meet and be tested for minimum octane ratings and the source of gas...are two different things.

Yes, if (supposedly) your owners manual states to use 91...use 91. Many places though 91 is considered "Plus" and 93 is "Premium".

Regardless...even using 91 in say a 93 car will not "do damage" as you stated...but provide subpar power/performance.....as that is still within the range most modern cars ECU's will adjust to (when needed).
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You're attempting to mix up too many things...and just coming off confused.

Grades of gas you were talking about (i.e. Premium) which has to meet and be tested for minimum octane ratings and the source of gas...are two different things.

Yes, if (supposedly) your owners manual states to use 91...use 91. Many places though 91 is considered "Plus" and 93 is "Premium".

Regardless...even using 91 in say a 93 car will not "do damage" as you stated...but provide subpar power/performance.....as that is still within the range most modern cars ECU's will adjust to (when needed).
Yea, I might of confused you by saying premium which referred to my car's requirements and the person I was replying to "MBZ321", but the reply didn't get quoted. I'm pretty sure his Benz requires premium gas too.
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Yea, I might of confused you by saying premium which referred to my car's requirements and the person I was replying to "MBZ321", but the reply didn't get quoted. I'm pretty sure his Benz requires premium gas too.
You didn't confuse me...since I have a fair amount of understanding about grades and octane ratings.

What you still seemed confused about is the above. Your car will have a minimum suggested octane rating. If it's 91 and your area uses 91 in their "Plus" grade...going to 93+ "Premium" will really add nothing.

In no case will you do "damage" going to either Regular on occasion (usually 89) or Premium if your modern car requires 91. The ECU will just adjust accordingly...and with 89 in a 91 car...you'll see not as advertised performance numbers.

The same is in reverse if you use 93 in a 91 tuned car. Your car in not going to turn into some Veyron killer.

The 91 tuned ECU will adjust (in this case decrease) as needed to achieve optimal programmed mpg, emissions, etc values.
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