Anyway, my gas light came on on the way home. I went to Jazzercise, where someone confirmed that all the stations at Northlake were out today, but she thought that QT was managing to keep their stations supplied fairly well. I went home and ate dinner, then set out at 8 PM to try the QT in Tucker, hoping that there would be fewer people trying to buy gas as it was well past the commuter window. That worked pretty well--the station had regular gas only, priced pretty reasonably at $3.979, and though the pumps generally always had someone at them there were usually only one or no cars waiting to pull up. I think this station has 20 pumps--it's pretty big. No limit requested on purchases, not that that would have been a big hassle, as the general limit seems to be 10 gallons and I put in 12-13 most of the time.
So, I'm full, and good for hopefully long enough for this to finish working through. The EPA has relaxed the summer gas requirement a week early, which is supposed to help get more supply for the Atlanta market.