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This was discussed on Car Talks this passpast weekend. One of the brothers (forgot which) mentioned that German engineers have, for years, considered that placing it on the passenger side was superior for emergency situations when you have run out of gas and you need road-side fill-up.

By placing it on the passenger side there is less chance of being hit by a car on the highway. Both brothers laughed at this arguing that the utility of having it on the driver side outweighed the few times (if ever) that one was dangerously parked on the side of the road due to running out of gas.

This was discussed on Car Talks this pass weekend. One of the brothers (forgot which) mentioned that German engineers have, for years, considered that placing it on the passenger side was superior for emergency situations when you have run out of gas and you need road-side fill-up.

By placing it on the passenger side there is less chance of being hit by a car on the highway. Both brothers laughed at this arguing that the utility of having it on the driver side outweighed the few times (if ever) that one was dangerously parked on the side of the road due to running out of gas.

This was discussed on Car Talks this past weekend. One of the brothers (forgot which) mentioned that German engineers have, for years, considered that placing it on the passenger side was superior for emergency situations when you have run out of gas and you need road-side fill-up.

By placing it on the passenger side there is less chance of being hit by a car on the highway. Both brothers laughed at this arguing that the utility of having it on the driver side outweighed the few times (if ever) that one was dangerously parked on the side of the road due to running out of gas.

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Mayo
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This was discussed on Car Talks this pass weekend. One of the brothers (forgot which) mentioned that German engineers have, for years, considered that placing it on the passenger side was superior for emergency situations when you have run out of gas and you need road-side fill-up.

By placing it on the passenger side there is less chance of being hit by a car on the highway. Both brothers laughed at this arguing that the utility of having it on the driver side outweighed the few times (if ever) that one was dangerously parked on the side of the road due to running out of gas.