Originally Posted by 1MtoM3
You might want to ask yourself what they do with the extra 87 octane from the tanker truck once the underground tank is filled up and there is fuel leftover in the truck.........In goes the 87 with the 91 ......
Why would their be left over gas? They have a reading machine that automatically tells them how many Gallons/liters their is in the underground tank and they order accordingly to that... They don't just randomly call and say "we need gas" they check the Veeder-Root (machine that tells them how many liters or gallons they have in the underground tank) and call their supplier and tell them how many gallons they need.... I would know I own a gas station