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Old March 21st, 2011, 18:09   #932
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Kansas City area, MO
Fuel Economy: TBD, new data forthcoming

Originally Posted by dzcad90 View Post
This splitting hairs over whether or not receipts are valid is absolutley sickening. RECIPTS ARE VALID PROOF THAT YOU PURCHASED DIESEL. It's enough. It is, really. Nothing else you can do will carry any more weight in court, save for getting a fuel sample and having it analyzed at $200/sample EVERY TIME and saving those records, with your receipt of course.

You can go down may tangents about "what ifs" and such, but it's all the same. Receipts are enough. They are. Period. As stated before, unless you are getting fuel samples analyzed every tank, the mere fact that you have a receipt that states you purchased diesel fuel is more than most are going to bring to any type of litigation / arbitration hearing and that WILL WORK IN YOUR FAVOR.

Jeez Louise. I just don't get it. If you truly believe that this car is that much of a hassle to own, put a for sale sign in it and remove what sounds like a huge element of stress from your life.

You've got an AMEN for that.

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