No vans allowed

Grove City, PA

Jen says, “This was taken at a gas station. I gas up there often when traveling for work and see this situation every single time. The sign there says ‘Cars only, no vans or trucks.’ I drive a van and I never park there, but everyone else does. Plus this guy is not very good with the lines.”

But what’s the purpose of the no van/truck rule?

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6 Comments

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6 responses to “No vans allowed

  1. wyfeofcop

    Ummm…. I think that the “no vans or trucks” rule applies to non private passenger vehicles. You know, like big trucks and cargo vans, etc.

  2. Lea

    Especially in such a large space. You’d think it’d be FOR vans and trucks. He’s not great with lines, but well within them and with about three feet to spare!

  3. Lelah

    They probably think it means no cargo or commercial vans.

  4. Jen

    I’ve seen those signs that say the same and add “by order of the fire marshal”. *shrug*

  5. I think it’s because if a van or truck is there, the employees can’t see the pumps, makes it hard to keep an eye on what’s going on.

  6. wyfeofcop

    Oooh that explains it–good job, Vicki!

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