Gasoline is sold to the stations by the oil refineries at 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The gasoline stations sell
it at whatever the temperature is in the ground. The problem is we buy a volume of gasoline, not a weight. When
gasoline changes temperature, it expands or contacts directly proportional to temperature at a rate of .069%
per degree Fahrenheit.
To figure out how much you over paid on your gasoline purchase enter your commuting info, examples shown below:
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