I received an email today, from a very reliable investigating source in regards to, at least (75) Michigan gas stations have been fined by Department of Weights and Measures for pumping less than (1) gallon of gasoline, per gallon price. This does not surprise me as I posted a comment awhile back about filling up a gallon can of gas for my lawnmower which the pump read (1) gallon.... but my can was only about 8/10ths full. I dropped a dime on 'em. Several months later, the station was closed, but I have no idea of why? Might been a tax lein or some other circumstances? If you are filling your tanks, with 20-30 gallons or more...might be a good idea to pump that first gallon into a gallon can to see just what you are paying for, and stick with that station for future purchases, if the reading is correct. Just a suggestion!