What does a gas station make on a gallon of gasoline:
Retailers Make Very Little Selling GasGenerally, the markup (or “margin”) on a gallon of gas is about 15 cents per gallon (gross profit before expenses). Factoring in expenses, which include rent, utilities, freight, labor and credit card fees, a retailer is left with about 2 cents per gallon in profit.
And the MORON BIDEN wants them to make LESS on a sale. For a normal vehicle with a 15-18 gallon tank that's about $.30-.36 CENTS profit for a full fill-up.
The man is truly out of touch with reality.