OK so I have decided on a method of stockpiling some gasoline for an emergancy. And this is based partly on other things in my world (like that I am restoring my 1948 Willys Jeep) and how much storage I have for something like gasoline. I figure I will aquire a total of 6) Jeep Cans (what some call Gerry cans) they hold a little over 5 gallons. Total storage lets say 30 gallons I can build a nice rack for these to sit in along one wall of my carport/garage. I figure that since I typically buy fuel once a week. I can dump a can in the pickup and put the can in the back of the truck filling it on my way home from work when I get the weeks fuel in the pickup. Once home it goes on the rack and I hang a tag above it with the #1 on it and move the other tags one peg up the rack. So when a can gets the #6 tag it gets emptied in the truck and the process starts over. This way I would always have 30 gallons of fuel none older then 6 weeks. I realize 30 gallons on top of the 22 the pickup carries will not last long. but my pickup gets 20mpg so with say 10 in the truck at min. And 30 in the rack I'd have 40 gallons or 800 miles to work with. The 5 gallon can size would be easy enough to load into the pickup or Jeep if need be. And would not kill me to dump into either once a week. I know a couple 55 gallon drums and a 12V pump would be the cats meow BUT I have no way to unload a 325+Lb drum of fuel by myself. And drums would then get into longer term storage and stabilizers and their cost. So any thoughts or comments?