You read it here first: Nevada City Gas on South Pine St. in Nevada City, a stalwart “mom and pop” business, reopened late Wednesday after months of being closed for upgrades.
The independent gas station owned by locals is well known for providing old-fashioned service: They pump your gas and wipe your windshield. Honest, just like in the ’50s.
“We also have diesel now,” the attendant told me. The diesel sells for $2.89 gallon – and so does regular unleaded. The station is still cash only, appropriate for this “live within your means” era.
That’s less than the Chevron station down the street.
Nevada City Gas was closed to upgrade its pumps, which used to be the old-fashioned ones with the dials, to digital.
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