Maybe so Dave, but I don't see them jumping to correct an issue when they're told about it either. 5 days went by before weights and measures guy finally got around to check one station. Three pumps on two islands were shut down. He was also reluctant to say how much the pumps were off because anyone with a receipt has a legal right to be compensated. I noticed self service stations are more likely to have pumps that are inaccurate. I wonder why. Could it be that blanket one year testing intervals are either too far apart or that volume should be the determining factor instead of time? There's also an issue with the flow back valves that are meant to keep the lines pressurized. When those valves don't work properly not only do you have to pay for the gas to fill the hose you lose out on the gas in the hose after the fill. The hose may contain as much as a coffee can full of gas. I know because I used to siphon gas when I was a kid. Instead of siphoning out it siphons back into their tank and the next customer has to pay to fill the hose again. Yeah, it pays for them to be woefully ignorant.