Tip?Filled the boat up today. It was about an 1/8 of a tank. (Can't believe we let it get that low) E free 91 octane. Almost took 32 gallons and was $200 on the nose. + Tip of course!
Tip?Filled the boat up today. It was about an 1/8 of a tank. (Can't believe we let it get that low) E free 91 octane. Almost took 32 gallons and was $200 on the nose. + Tip of course!
Presumably a tip to the person fueling the boat up at the marina. Customary to give a little tip.Tip?
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Alot of the marina gas docks here have gone self serve. But this nice young lady grabbed my dock line when we pulled in, tied up, asked the octane I wanted and filled our tank. She was very personable and spoke to everyone onboard. She gets a tip of course!Tip?
Presumably a tip to the person fueling the boat up at the marina. Customary to give a little tip.
That’s a good way to look at it. I need to get this attitude…win-win!saving $2/gallon is worth the workout)...
I fill gas cans when going to the lake, but once I’m there the marina makes more sense. It takes me an hour to go get gas from the cottage and will cost me $ 10 in gas . So if the marina gas is is $2/ gal more I’ve already spend a dollar of that savings going to the gas station. so now the question is “ is that hour of lost time worth 10 dollars. To me the answer is no. ( assuming your buying 10 gallons of gas )
$5.69 on the street today ,No Ethanol 90 0ctane .