If you head into your favorite filling station, and see that a tanker is there, fueling the underground tank that fills the gas pump that fills your car, we have one word for you: don’t do it. Either come back another day or go to another gas station. Why, you ask? We answer: when the station’s underground fuel tank is filled, the turbulence stirs up sediment in the tank, and the sediment takes a while to settle. That same sediment will be distributed through station’s pumps until everything calms down again. Sediment in your gas will clog your fuel filters and fuel injectors, and that will cause poor performance and possibly a repair job. We hate to repair cars when they shouldn’t have to be repaired; we’re just cranky that way.