Chicagoans can get free gas on Thursday thanks to businessman Willie Wilson, but this time there are some new rules in place.
At gas stations across the city, vehicles can begin lining up at 7 a.m. and each will receive a sticker indicating their position in line, according to the Office of Emergency Management and Communications.
OEMC noted, however, that cars may not start lining up prior to 7 a.m. All vehicles must also have a sticker to receive free gas.
Each vehicle can receive up to $50 worth of gas, OEMC said. Locations can expect up to 400 cars for an estimated four to five hours.
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