standard 10 micron ones like we got on the pumps where I work?Even the high volume pumps have filters on them. Not sure where you got the idea they don't.
Get this:I usually only get them weird looks especially since the narrower diesel nozzle had a lineup but the station for semi trucks was empty, I tried to get that massive nozzle in there as best as I can. The looks I got were pretty funny. Maybe the fact that I'm still 16 made it look even weirder.
So you took about a 20% mileage hit it looks like?I pulled into my local Valero station with my 2017 Jetta and filled it up. Went inside and got a Coke and some peanuts. The counter guy, who I know, asked if that was my new TDI. I said, no, it's my new TSI and it gets about 40 MPG on RUG. He was surprised I didn't by a new TDI, but I explained there are no more new ones.
I came out and stretched the hose to my car and started pumping slowly. Within 6-7 minutes there was a line of cars behind me extending out to the road patiently waiting. I hung the nozzle up, capped my tank and drove away.
A lot of Royal Farms are putting up charging stations. Did you notice if the one you went to had them?So yesterday I pull into the local Royal Farms to fill up. It's Noonish on Sunday, and there are lines at all the RUG pumps, however the diesel is between a pair of RUG pumps that were out of order (which I knew from being there the day before with the other TDI.) It was a great feeling to be able to pull around the lines and right up to the pump. No nasty/odd looks or anything, but I am hoping it takes them a long time to fix the pumps