I don't turn off the fridge either. As said, gasoline vapors are heavy. Unless you turn the pump right at the fridge burner, I can't see how it would ever be a problem. I would be much more worries about some jalopy backfiring through the exhaust than I would about the fridge.
That said, a battery kill switch will flip the fridge circuit off.
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