I like that flick, too!Chevron used to have really decent coffee, the van Houte stuff. Now it's just not as impressive and the prices have gone up slightly. The Shell stations in my area now offer a discount for being a Ralphs card holder (the Dude had a Ralphs card, his only form of ID, and I too am a proud member) and in addition to getting a discount on the fuel you can get a discount on a drive-through car wash also -- yay! Other than that, I shop solely on price.
I've yet to see any convincing evidence that one should not shop solely based on price. There are reasons I've shopped based on other criteria in the past, and will do so in the future, but they have nothing to do with fuel "quality" because there is no such thing as fuel "quality" beyond what is mandated by the law: bathroom cleanliness, lines, coffee quality, whether there is a discount for Ralphs cards, whether there is a working pressure gauge at the air pumps etc. That stuff is actually quantifiable and meaningful. The rest...
Anyway, this is more important than "best gasoline" silliness: Here's a pic of the ca. early 90s era Ralphs card, issued to the Dude, as examined by the chief of police of Malibu (a real reactionary).
So, there's no such thing as "top tier fuel"?
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