BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — BocaNewsNow.com just surveyed area gas stations by driving on several main arteries. Our conclusion: it’s crazy land. Lines are stretching onto Atlantic. Onto 441. If you drive up to Boynton you’ll see lines on Boynton Beach Blvd. You will see gas stations without gas. While we strongly encourage everyone to be as prepared as possible for whatever comes this way, we also humbly suggest that making smart choices should be a part of your preparation equation. It’s probably not worth it to drive 10 miles for a few gallons of gas that takes you several hours to purchase.
Gas stations receiving fuel on a regular basis. If a gas station is empty, you’ll have to consider for yourself whether it’s worth it to drive around looking for other stations, or if trying again once there’s more clarity on Irma’s track is a smarter move.
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