Usually I have the highest respect for texaco products, but this once blew me away. Sept. 19th about 12:30 a.m. I pulled in to fill up my 2000 fxstd Harley Davidson with hitest. Nine dollars and some change later I was heading home. I got about 3-4 miles when my motor sputtered and died. I pulled over knowing it wasnt an electrical problem. I took it out of gear and tried starting it again. It started and I pulled off making about 50 yds and it died again. Every time it would start but not go a hundred yds. before it died again. After about 6 starts I pulled into the Brannion Stand Shell wondering what the hel was going on. I took off my gas cap stuck my finger in the hole and what I pulled out didnt even smell like gas. I was stuck in the station for almost three hours waiting for help. I eventually drained the gas out of the full tank and replaced it with Shell hi test. Today I went by the station to alert them of my experience and the dude behind the counter said it couldn't be their texaco gas because it is tested every month. Long and short of it, he refused to give me back my money or offer any compensation for my troubles. Caveat Emptor!!