About 142.86 billion gallons of gasoline gets consumed every year in the U.S. Most of this fuel is for domestic purposes. Apart from vehicles, gasoline is necessary for many machines such as chainsaws, generators, and lawnmowers.
Most homeowners buy excess gasoline to power these machines for farm and other outdoor tasks. But, what they never take into consideration is the fact that bad storage of the fuel can prove to be catastrophic.
There’s no doubt that pouring from a gas can get messy, fast.
Picture this: you’re already having a tough day and you run out of gas on the side of the road. You trek down the road with your gas can, fill it up, and haul the heavy can back to your car. You start to pour it into your gas tank so you can finally get on with your day.