I proposed this question on the Hull Truth forum but appartently most people do not understand what we need to do up here to go up river.
For you folks who go on long range river hunts:
In the near future I need to fill up ten 30 gallon plastic barrels with gasoline. Since they are so heavy I would like to leave them in the bed of my truck as I am fueling them.
I know it is a good idea to always place a fuel container on the ground while filling it to prevent static electricity but the weight of these filled makes it a poor choice.
How can I "ground" these while filling them up?
Should I leave the rubber mat in my truck bed or haul the drums up resting on the metal?