Question: Where can I pay for gas with my phone?

Can I use my phone at a gas station?

Nope. While gas stations have posted warnings against cell phone use, and urban legends recount fires started by cell phones at gas tanks, there has been no documented case of a cell phone starting a fire at a gas station [source: Petroleum Equipment Institute].

Why cant you use a phone at a gas station?

Risk of incendive sparking - Mobile phones are not designed and certified for use in explosive atmospheres which exist temporarily around the pump and nozzle during refuelling as well as around the fill and vent pipes during petrol deliveries. ...

Can cell phones cause explosions at gas stations?

The FCC said wireless industry studies have shown the potential threat of cells igniting flames is very remote and testing did not find a dangerous link between wireless and fuel vapors. After checking with industry experts, we verified false, cell phone usage does not lead to gas pump explosions.

Can cell phones cause fires at gas pump?

Many people think that using your phone while pumping gas can start a fire. According to the Petroleum Equipment Institute, that simply isnt true. No one has ever documented a single incident where a cell phone has given off a static electrical charge and caused a fire.

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