So, I had gone about 40 miles with the light on and the truck died...just past the entrance ramp for an exit where a gas station was located.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.
I fill up when the gauge reads 1/3 tank, and figure I have the cell phone and AAA if something else happens. There really is information as being in reality insightful, however the data is no longer fairly fresh new. You wished my personal estimation on your web-site?
This truck once went almost 100 mi with the low fuel light on on a lonely stretch of highway in Utah.
The truck is rated to drive about 380 miles on a tank of gas but I am pretty sure I could get 420 under the right conditions. The truck was running real rough, had stinky exhaust, and had no power whatsoever.
Had a friend with the exact car as I did , he came from California, he got 33 miles but admited drafting behind the big trucks... We're beginning to sound like a bunch of mountain gorillas It's spelled 'grammar' rather than 'grammer'. Don't take spelling up the butt on the internet, after all ITS THE INTERNET!! I got a ride back to my out-of-gas car by some guy in a Lincoln town car.
After years of service the motor started burning oil. If I were being really pedantic about things, I might mention the absent period after 'gorillas'. The story or the comment's following this story. People may be good spellers when they're writing on paper, but its totally different on the Internet (especially on a Comment Section). He'd just passed my car a minute before while going the other direction though, and turned around to get me because he knew I was legit and still had a mile to go back to my car with the heavy gas can.