JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- We are just weeks from the busy Thanksgiving travel season.
But, before you fill up for your trip the On Your Side team has three things you'll want to know before you hit the road. It's part of a First Coast News investigation.
At the gas station, every cent counts.
"I get pretty much what my car gives me," said Michael Bryce, as he filled up the car. "I get around $20 half a tank, $40 for a full tank, $5 for an eighth of a tank."
If you feel like something just isn't right, you might be on to something.
It is Anthony Davis' job to find out
He's one of the petroleum inspectors with the Florida Department of Agriculture.
"We want to make sure that consumers are getting what they're paying for," Davis said.
FCN's David Williams joined him at the Chevron station on New Kings Road for an inspection. Inspections are done at least every 12-14 months, says Davis.