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I knew that both milk jugs and gas cans are made of HDPE plastic so I didn't have to worry about the gas eating the plastic.
Anyways, this was quite the experience and will be one I never forget. Gas cans are made of High Density Polyethlyene or HDPE for short, which is the same material milk jugs are made from. I used one of those to get to a gas station when I'd run out a few blocks away. They only had 5 gal gas cans, and they were more expensive then those little bottles of cleaner/fuel mix, so I bought one of them and poured it in, and it got me to the station.
know all the fuss over gas milage is not nessecery. I'm trying to get my blog to rank for some targeted keywords but I'm not seeing very good results. So in this story I was driving a red Chevy, I forget the year maybe 89.
In 1972 I bought a brand new Datsun and it got 32 miles to the gallon in mixed traffic (town and x way) that's 36 years ago people if they could do it then they can do it now. Luckily before leaving the house, I remembered to bring a large glass of ice cold milk.
So, I inserted a credit card and hoped the attendant inside wouldn't notice the person who just walked up off the street and started filling a milk jug with gasoline.
We then walked back to the car and decided that the mouth of the milk jug wouldn't fit into the gas fill tube. bottles of water and cut the bottom out with a pocket knife, creating a funnel for the gasoline.
Luckily the place was open and I filled the tank to the brim. My friend had been in there while I was getting gas and he said, "DON'T TOUCH ANYTHING INSIDE THAT RESTROOM! I didn't even bother to close the door behind me once I was inside as the place was just covered in an old urine film. I think I should make a makeshift funnel, I thought to myself after pouring the gas all over my car. All I had was a an empty Sunny Delight bottle I used for water.