Why is it that when the tank is full to the brim, the gauge arrow is loath to move. You can go 50 miles without the line moving.
But once you get into the no-man’s land of a quarter tank of gas it appears that every mile is taking more fuel than it should. Suddenly, a ten-mile distance leaves you near the line of emptiness, wondering just why the gas station is not in sight yet.
As much as I love my mini-van, this is the one thing I hate about it.
What do you wonder ?