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Old 07-27-2012, 04:49 PM   #1
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Last Sunday, 7/22/12, I pulled into the ARCO gas station off of Hwy 101 in Willits, CA. Shortly after pulling in, the manager ran out and told me I had to leave immediately as I was blocking the view of the pumps from her cashier's view. When I told the manager that I needed to refuel now/hear as I only had a few gallons left, the manager replied "your not getting any fuel here, now get the hell out of here". So if you are traveling along hwy 101 in northern CA don't stop at the ARCO station at 898 S. Main St, in Willits, CA as apparently RV's are not welcome.
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Old 07-27-2012, 09:31 PM   #2
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I think at that point I would have given him two options: Let me fuel up and get out of here, or I sit right where I am and call Road Service to bring me 5 gallons of fuel so I know I can make it to another station. If the owner was worried about drive offs, he could have stayed out and taken down license numbers for the few minutes you were blocking the view. Must be he hasn't ever heard of video cameras either. I wish I was in the area, I would love to stop and block his view again just to piss him off. Safe travels out there.
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Old 07-27-2012, 10:29 PM   #3
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When I fuel up. I average 80 plus gal. there loss.



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