Yeah. An indadequate/insufficient public transit system is even worse than no transit system at all. A lot of places are like that. Plus, I'm sure cab fares are going up, as well, due to higher gas prices (gotta make the money back someway.) Wow. So unless you have a Chevron or Texaco card, you will have to use cash. That's just wild. I know, nowadays myself and most people I know only use debit/credit cards at the gas pump. A credit card is a lot easier to use than cash, because with cash, you have to go in and pay first. Where I am, most, if not all gas stations have "Pay at the Pump" where you just put your credit card in, and they charge it automatically. I know I have a Citgo card, but now there's not a Citgo close to my house, and I'm not going to go several miles out of my just to get gas. As stated in the article, nowadays, more people use credit cards for gas because it's more convenient. I don't know many people who carry large sums of cash on them, and with a tank of gas being upwards of $50, I'm going to use a credit card. It'll be interesting to see if this affects business at that station, and if other chains follow suit. /honestly, I didn't know Chevron/Texaco were still around. Haven't seen one in awhile.