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By Katelyn / Friday 20 April 2012 17:58 / United States
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Where I'm from there are signs all over the petrol station saying "No use of mobile phone near bowser" etc... So I say YDI.

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Actually perdix I do believe Best Buy has a warranty that covers everything that may happen to you electronics. Even if the damage is your fault. So if op Bought the phone from there and got the warranty she could get a new phone. Also, hobos, it is just a myth, a fairly old myth, that talking on cell phones while pumping gas can cause an explosion. People talk on cell phones every day while getting gas. It is smoking next to a gas pump that is bad. Can't decide between fyl an ydi, because s

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All I'm wondering is how did the phone manage to not fall anytime before OP stopped. I mean, it was on a moving vehicle!

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Haha I wonder how many people saw the phone on the car roof :P I'm sure it turned a few heads LOL

Where I'm from there are signs all over the petrol station saying "No use of mobile phone near bowser" etc... So I say YDI.

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Yeah I have to agree I thought all gas stations had a policy saying not to talk on cell phones when pumping gas. YDI OP.

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Using a cell phone while pumping gas will not kill anyone of ignite gas fumes and make a fire nor will smoking a cigarette and pumping gas. You can throw a cigarette in a bucket of gas and it will just go out. Gas needs to be vaporized to ignite like that with a spark you can't just ignite gas with heat...

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I did that once. Coming home from football practice, I place my phone on the top of the bumper. Luckily, it stayed there.

If you forgot about your phone while you were pumping gas, why don't you just completely forget about having a cell phone altogether? They're expensive and you are clearly landline material.

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