When you pull into the gas station, you want to look over at your instrument cluster and locate the fuel gauge. There you will see a picture of a fuel pump. Whichever side the fuel nozzle is located that’s the side of your vehicle that has the fuel door. Alternative there may be an arrow point to the left or the right and the arrow is telling you the same thing. Once you’ve found an available pump on the correct side of your vehicle pull up until you can see the pump from the left or right rear door window. If you there are two available gas pumps in arrow, pull up to the front most pump in order to allow for another vehicle behind you use the other pump. Engage the parking brake, put the vehicle into park, and shut off the engine. Now some vehicle will have a fuel door release, much like a truck release, so push or pull to open the fuel door. In some vehicles the fuel door open just with your hand or you press the door in with your finger and it will pop open. Refer to the owner’s manual if you’re not sure. While you’re looking at the owner’s manual, it would also be a good time to see what grade of fuel your vehicle takes. Most gas vehicles will operate on the 87 octane will but some sport and luxury vehicles require the high octane fuel. If your vehicle is not calling for the higher octane will, don’t opt for it as you’re just wasting money and will not see any added benefits. However, if your engine specifically calls for a certain octane grade, don’t go for a lower grade as it can damage your engine in the long run. Now undo the fuel cap and place the cap either in the cap holder usually located on the inside portion of the fuel door or on top of your trunk or hood. Wherever you put it, make sure you remember to put the cap back on before leaving. Most gas stations now require to prepay for your fuel before fueling up. You should be able to pay at the pump by placing your bank cad into the machine and following the instructions. If you you’re having trouble, you can go inside the gas station and pay the attendant directly. Once the payment or preauthorization has taken place, the machine will ask you to lift the nozzle and select the grade of fuel you want. Now some pumps will have two nozzles, one is for diesel while the other is for gasoline. Be careful which one you select. If you’re not sure ask the pump attendant. Place the nozzle into the fuel receptacle of your vehicle, and press the trigger on the handle. If you’re filling up the vehicle the trigger will disengage when the fuel tank is full. You will hear a click. Don’t try to put more fuel after that. Place the nozzle back. Select the receipt option on the pump if you require one. Replace your fuel cap and close the fuel door. And you’re done.