In November, our News Three investigation "Cheated at the Pump," uncovered hundreds of pumps in the area short-changing consumers.
Turns out some habits are hard to break, and several more filling stations have now been added to that list.
The Texas Department of Agriculture has created a new website to make it easier than ever to see the latest stations, cheating consumers.
In the last two months several Brazos Valley gas stations have been tagged out of order for pumps not working properly or pumps found to be charging consumers for more gas than they're actually getting.
On the list, you'll find stations from across the region including Brazos and Grimes Counties.
To check out the state's detailed report, click on the link below.
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