Selling gasoline today is a business completely unlike it was 10, even five years ago. Old-fashioned service stations where uniformed attendants would fill your tank, check your oil, or wash your windows are largely the stuff of pop culture museums. They have been replaced by self-service, pay-at-the-pump convenience stores where, instead of getting a new pair of tires, we're more likely to grab some chips and a Diet Coke. The people who own these stations in the United States are changing, ...

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