I was looking @ some of the remaining S/Cs on Google Earth this week & came up w/ this question. Why when entering the fueling area, do they have barriers lined up so that you have to turn 90* away from the highway to face you towards the restaurant area? Then you have to make another 90* turn to the left to entering the pump island.
This might be OK if you're in a car, but if you're towing, you've got to deal w/ it.
Ridiculous decision by some bureaucrat
Some paper pusher that doesn't get out of his cubicle very often. Drive on the 400 or 401 for even a short distance in the summer & you'll see RVs. Has nobody figured out that those folks need a easy way to get fuel?
I'll post what's open in western Ontario after I get back from Indy.