Here’s why you shouldn’t fill your gas tank full with fuel.

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When I first saw this video, I thought that this guy is crazy and doesn’t know what he’s talking about, but after asking a few people around and getting some professional opinions, it turns out that this theory is indeed true, looks like we have all been loosing a good amount of fuel, everytime we have filled our gas tank full of fuel.

It’s pretty simple when you actually think about it. We go to the gas station and we ask for a full refill, the worker there, or you yourself just put the numbers in the device, and after doing that, you take the fuel gun and put it in the gas tank.

Before the fuel goes into your tank, there are a lot of hose that the fuel goes into. So after the whole process is done and the fuel is now in your tank, and the gas tank full’s there’s a sensor in the fuel gun that tells the gun to stop pumping fuel, but what you don’t know is that the meter starts running as soon as the fuel gets sucked from the ground, not as soon as it leaves the fuel gun. So after the sensor stops filling all that fuel that is left in the hose, goes back in the ground, and all that automatically translates as a loss for you. If you have no idea about what I just said, watch this video and you will understand the whole point of it.


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