Price Rises But Gas Flow Stopped

Special to HuntingtonNews.Net

Gasoline prices have reached the $4.00 a gallon level in West Virginia. Unfortunately, according to experts, there’s no end in sight.

However , at a pump in Maryland, the sale price keeps going upward, even after one stopped using the pump. This is called “meter creep” which means a valve at the station has a problem. Tell the manager. If you come back and it’s still adding to your tab without supplying gas gold, report it to the Weights and Measures division of the state.

Of course, just maybe, you can turn the pricing into a parody . Watch this short clip for a laugh. It won't help your wallet, but you may feel better temporarily.

OR, you might just try a four legged friend to assist in saving money.All videos supplied by You Tube.


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