It seems there are endless ways to get robbed these days. Use a credit or debit card at the gas pump and you might get ripped off by a credit card “skimmer.” You’ve probably heard of these before. If you somehow haven’t, here’s how to protect yourself.
Building this gas station should have cost $500,000. Instead, the U.S. military spent $42,718,739 and can’t explain why.
What appears to be a menacing fuel spill turned into an enormous explosion and subsequent inferno at a gas station in Russia. Details are still spotty, but a conflagration at the pump like this is every driver's worst nightmare.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to live in cartoon, consider visiting Limerick, Ireland—where a street artist recently turned a broken down gas station into a full-fledged color party.
We've discussed when to use credit versus debit when shopping, and usually at the gas pump, credit is your best option if you're not paying cash. If you have to use debit though, Consumer Reports suggests processing it like credit—as in, don't type your PIN—to reduce your odds of getting your card stolen.
A spacey German man who had just married the woman of his dreams promptly got a reason to apologize for the rest of his marriage when he left his new bride at a gas station and drove off. For two hours. Yes, two hours.
A couple were attempting to steal gas from an Australian gas station when the driver panicked, drove off, and managed to throw his accomplice into the air with the tearing fuel line.
Please, please, please let this be a hoax, or some viral ad or anything. Tell me this woman is not washing her car's windows with gasoline.
A Burlington woman died Monday after dousing herself in gasoline and setting herself ablaze at a filling station.
Unless you were one of the Mercury Seven, this man, a chimera of flesh, engine, roller skates and Wayfarers, was doing cooler things than you in 1961. Perhaps it’s worth quoting the photo’s original caption in full:
The small town of Cloquet, Minnesota (pop: 11,000) is home to the gorgeous R.W. Lindholm Service Station, the only gas station design by Frank Lloyd Wright. But this was not just a place for pumping gas. This little two-floor car-centric building was to be the social and cultural center of the architect's vision of a…
This is the Fiat Tagliero Building. Built in 1938, it is an architectural ode to the automobile like Fiat’s Lingotto factory in Turin. It's also the most magnificent gas station ever built.
With oil workers playing a key part, France’s ongoing strikes against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s pension reforms are now threatening the country’s gas supplies.
At 2301 E. Colvin Street in Syracuse, New York, a once defunct gas station has been covered in colorful fabric panels by the International Fiber Collaborative. Why? Um, to draw attention to the problem of 1700 abandoned gas stations. That's a problem? Aren't there something like 150,000 gas stations in the US? Anyway,…