My commute is about 40 miles round trip each day. My good friend and co-worker lives around the corner from me. We tried carpooling for a month (I drove, paid for gas and parking, and we were to switch off the following month). It didn't work out, and we've been driving on our own since. With Sandy, she said she doesn't have enough gas to get to work. I offered to drive her yesterday, and she said she offered another co-worker a ride as well. I didn't want to, but I said I would only if she could get a ride to my house since she is not on the way. They both are saying they have 1/4 tank of gas. I realized today they are expecting me to drive all week. They are not offering money for gas, or even a "thank you". I parked at my house today & my co-worker seemed annoyed she had to walk down the block to her house. They want me to go in & leave on their schedule. They lower the heat after I raise it. I'm feeling incredibly unappreciated. Today driving home I realized that they aren't making ANY effort to fill up their tanks because of the lines. However, I will have to wait on the lines to fill up MY tank on MY time and on MY dime. (Yes, I know that I would need to fill up regardless of whether or not I drive them, but the fact that they are making NO effort to get gas is what is frustrating.) Thoughts? How do I handle it? I really don't want to continue driving them, it is making me very frustrated at home I am being treated and anxious because I want to say something but can't. I was up at 1 am this morning worrying over this. ETA: The 2nd co-worker didn't want to go in as early as I was today, so she was able to get herself in. Again tomorrow both co-workers need to be somewhere after work, and they are able to get themselves there.