The amount of gallons of gasoline that a gas station in America Sells per day depends on the location of the gas station.
The gas stations in larger populated areas will sell more gasoline than a smaller gas station in a smaller town.
For example for a town with less than 500 population a gasoline station may only sell between 100 to 500 gallons of gasoline per day or even sometimes less.
For a larger gas station in a larger populated area of 5,000 or more people then the gas station may sell between 1,000 to 5,000 gallons of gasoline per day.
Larger populated areas may sell 10,000 or more gallons of gasoline per day.
Larger gas stations in more populated areas have more demand for gasoline than smaller gas stations in smaller towns.