I don't really know if this is a problem just in and around the Atlanta area or if it's all over. The gas shortage wasn't really affecting me any until about a week ago, when I was on empty and couldn't find a station. I drove around for almost 30-40 minutes and finally found a station. Then, I waited about 20 minutes to get the gas. Then, another 30-45 minute drive home. And I got my gas easy. Now, I'm getting more concerned. The lines are wrapping up over 1-2 miles long at the stations that do have gas, which are only 1 out of 10. My husband hasn't been able to find premium at all (which is the only thing his car can take; sports car) and has about half a week of gas left. After that, we don't know what's going to happen. He makes more money than I do, so he'll end up taking my car. I guess I'll end up taking my sick days then. There's no point in waiting in the lines because by the time you get up there, there isn't anything left. It upsets me that people are just topping off their tanks, while the people that really need gas can't get it. I watched a guy the day I filled up for gas filling up 2 extra gas canisters!!! Each one looked to be able to hold an entire tank of gas. :| I think that is rude. Those two canisters could have helped two other drivers out. I'm doing my part by getting gas only when I need it. I wish others would do the same. We've been told, in the Atlanta area, to expect this to continue for a couple more weeks. I just hope it doesn't get worse. My next door neighbor's have been out of gas since Thursday and weren't able to go to work. We can't help them because they work over 45 minute away. If they worked close to here, I'd drop them off. Sigh. I guess in the meantime, maybe people can pray that reason will overrule people's stupidity. :help: And that's my rant for the day after another frustrating.