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    Woman tries to refuel Tesla at gas station

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    Woman tries putting gas in a Tesla - YouTube
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    That was funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    That was funny.
    Yeah, but those aholes should been more gentlemanly and helped her before she put her credit card in the pump. They finally came through, but I guess I have a little too much regard for the ladies to have let her struggle like that and maybe do something that might end badly.
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    I would certainly not have let her put that nozzle in her car but would have helped by telling her she needed the Electron 120 blend and only certain stations carried it and she needs to ask at the counter of each place she tried.

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    You have to wonder if videos like this are real or a put on. I've never been in a Tesla, but you can't be starting it like a normal car, and there would be no engine noise.
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    Don't know if that vid is for real or not, but from the maniacal laughter of the guys in back, could be some
    ne'er-do-wells here on GTT................

    At least one had the decency to go *splain* things to her.

    Funny as heck, but really hate to think it's real, but than again now days.
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    Until my father passed, throughout my teenage and adult years, his favorite story to tell was the day I filled up the car for him. I was about four at the time. My father was shaving and preparing to work the 3 - 11 shift at the paper mill. I came strutting into the bathroom and proudly told Dad I washed the windows and filled the car up for him, some late '40s vintage Chevrolet. Thinking I was just playing pretend, he gave me an atta-boy and thanked me.

    About 45 minutes later, he left for work and got as far as the corner 300' away where the car started sputtering and hesitating, before dying all together. I think it was then he connected the wet spot in the road, near the rear of the car, to what had happened. Yup, I filled the car up with the garden hose.

    Normally, I would have received a fresh tanning of my bottom over something like that. However, he said it was too funny and he couldn't quit laughing.

    The Tesla things reminds of another childhood memory when my mother received a new to her '55 Chevrolet. We were at the gas station and neither her, nor the attendant (back when in the days of service stations when they pumped your gas) could find the filler neck. Finally, the five year old whiz kid (me) stepped out and showed them it was behind the taillight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martincom View Post
    Until my father passed, throughout my teenage and adult years, his favorite story to tell was the day I filled up the car for him. I was about four at the time. My father was shaving and preparing to work the 3 - 11 shift at the paper mill. I came strutting into the bathroom and proudly told Dad I washed the windows and filled the car up for him, some late '40s vintage Chevrolet. Thinking I was just playing pretend, he gave me an atta-boy and thanked me.

    About 45 minutes later, he left for work and got as far as the corner 300' away where the car started sputtering and hesitating, before dying all together. I think it was then he connected the wet spot in the road, near the rear of the car, to what had happened. Yup, I filled the car up with the garden hose.

    Normally, I would have received a fresh tanning of my bottom over something like that. However, he said it was too funny and he couldn't quit laughing.

    The Tesla things reminds of another childhood memory when my mother received a new to her '55 Chevrolet. We were at the gas station and neither her, nor the attendant (back when in the days of service stations when they pumped your gas) could find the filler neck. Finally, the five year old whiz kid (me) stepped out and showed them it was behind the taillight.
    You meant '56 Chevrolet, right? My '55 had a filler on the rear left fender; the '56 behind the left tail light.

    I remember a story back in the day about a kid who put Sugar Jets in his Dad's gas tank, thinking it would give it a lot of extra power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    You meant '56 Chevrolet, right? My '55 had a filler on the rear left fender; the '56 behind the left tail light.

    I remember a story back in the day about a kid who put Sugar Jets in his Dad's gas tank, thinking it would give it a lot of extra power.
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    Yes, you are correct. I'm a Mopar guy. All I know for sure about Chevrolets is they usually have the filler neck on the wrong side of the car and the distributor at the rear of the engine. God intended the filler neck be on the left and the distributor at the front of the engine.
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