Sadly, long lines (even fistfights) and rationing at gas pumps are a common occurrence during many disasters. The hurricanes that hit Florida last year were sad proof of that. However, working along with FEMA, we were called upon to be of assistance in helping in areas where gasoline was not even available to run generators. Propane, and especially natural gas, were more plentiful and just the ticket to singleton design pattern c# code project
the lights on and the crews working. Unfortunately, as some have learned the hard way, if not used often enough, gasoline will gum up the carburetor and will render an engine on the emergency generator useless. Common tire sizes not get caught with common tire sizes
gummed up carburetor that will comon allow your engine to run, on your gasoline generator that you cannot even get fuel for, when you need it the most. Now that you have invested in a backup generator, make sure that it runs when you fommon it the most.