I've got five gas stations that I choose from on my commute when I need to fill up. Three of them, all on major highways, have fast pumps. If I let them run full bore until my tank is full, the pump clicks off, then there's a hiss for about a second that spits a mist of gas on my hand and shoulder, followed by about a quarter cup of gas running down the side of my truck. Pisses me off, particularly when I'm on my way to work and can't change into a fresh shirt before interfacing with other people. I usually fill up when I'm running on fumes, so to avoid the fiasco, I back the pump off by one click at about 21 gallons, then stand back until a few seconds after the pump shuts off. So far that's worked for me. There are other threads in this forum where folks said their tank was replaced by the dealer, I seem to recall that fixed the problem. It's a vehicle emissions issue, so I'd imagine the dealer would be quite accommodating, but maybe that's just in the Republic of California. I'm just going to live with the problem since I don't want the dealership touching my truck unless the problem is serious.
At a few pennies under $3/gal for 87 it costs me about $70 to fill.