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NamMedevac 70

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Posted: 07/07/21 11:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What are the current rules in Oregon??? I have traveled extensively throughout the state and enjoyed their quick and friendly service in pumping my gas for me. It creates jobs especially for the young and in the rural areas I was allowed to pump my own gas if desired.

Some members on another smaller so called RV forum suffer from hyper high BP over this silly issue. Two in particular mjeltin and DanZ may have a HA over this. Cheers to the good guys


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The rules are still the same...Some rural stations are allowed to offer self serve.

The fire marshal allowed it statewide for a couple of days when we were hitting 115 degrees 9-10 days ago.

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New Jersey was the only place that I recall was backwards enough to not allow one to pump their own gasoline.
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NamMedevac 70 wrote:

What are the current rules in Oregon??? I have traveled extensively throughout the state and enjoyed their quick and friendly service in pumping my gas for me. It creates jobs especially for the young and in the rural areas I was allowed to pump my own gas if desired.

Some members on another smaller so called RV forum suffer from hyper high BP over this silly issue. Two in particular mjeltin and DanZ may have a HA over this. Cheers to the good guys


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Bumpyroad wrote:

New Jersey was the only place that I recall was backwards enough to not allow one to pump their own gasoline.
bumpy


we laughed at that every time we went to NJ to buy beer growing up.. NJ was 18, PA was 21.. we would go get beer and they would fill our tank !


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Bumpyroad wrote:

New Jersey was the only place that I recall was backwards enough to not allow one to pump their own gasoline.
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HA HA.. backwards is a good way to put it ! [emoticon]

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Bumpyroad wrote:

New Jersey was the only place that I recall was backwards enough to not allow one to pump their own gasoline.
bumpy

back in the "day" you not only had someone pump the gas, they washed thee windows, checked the oil, tested the battery and aired the tires and gas was .29 cents a gallon! I miss the good ole days
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Oregon Self-Service Rules


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rightlaneonly wrote:

Bumpyroad wrote:

New Jersey was the only place that I recall was backwards enough to not allow one to pump their own gasoline.
bumpy

back in the "day" you not only had someone pump the gas, they washed thee windows, checked the oil, tested the battery and aired the tires and gas was .29 cents a gallon! I miss the good ole days
Lee



Back in the day,is really back. I doubt that even 50% of the posters here remember "full service" stations.

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rightlaneonly wrote:


back in the "day" you not only had someone pump the gas, they washed thee windows, checked the oil, tested the battery and aired the tires and gas was .29 cents a gallon! I miss the good ole days
Lee


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