so i usually fill my tank full and pay with credit card.
this time, the fuel tank was nearly empty (about 90%), but i did not have credit card with me, so i just paid 500 cash for the petrol...
so the meter was zeroed, and it ran until 500 displayed on the screen.. guess what, the fuel needle hardly moved at all.. i didn't notice that until i drove like 5 km or so.. then i again 500 cash for more petrol at another station... this time the needle moved as much i had hoped...
and no it wasn't the case fuel reserve being empty, and the first 500 just refilling the reserve, therefore explaining the non-movement of the needle at the first fill... i am quite sure i was cheated..
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