How to Tell Which Side the Fuel Tank Is On
After all these years of driving and renting cars, you would think I’d know (rather than having to guess) which side the gas tank is on. Instead, it took a ridiculous BuzzFeed article to teach me that most cars have an arrow on the fuel gauge that tells you what side the tank is on. Who knew?!
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