I personally just drive on when there is a line.
We have a very cheap one not so far from me, but there are always lines to get to the bowsers and I don't think I have ever been to this particular one.
I just would not sit in a line for 20 minutes to save $1...am I unusual?
It depends on the price. I have done quick calculations in the past and worked out it will only save me a couple of dollars, so just kept driving. Now I run my car on LPG so this isn't a problem as most of the year it's cheaper that petrol by a lot.
It depends on how desperate and/or how much of a hurry you're in. Can also depend on how long the queue is. If the queue isn't long, absolutely. I agree, I would not wait in a long line for 20 minutes to dave $1 either. It is like someone travelling to the other end of Sydney to save $10 on a vacuum cleaner...it is absurd.
Depends on how long the line is, and whether or not I'm in a hurry. But we have to queue up for must things, so I don't see why queuing up for petrol would be any different. But to be honest, there is such a slim margin between costs at one station to another that you wouldn't really think about going to a specific place for cheap petrol. There isn't such a thing.
Yes I have done so in the past, particularly as it's on the way home. Sometimes there are 3 cars ahead of me so I queue in the line and am happy to wait my turn. However I really get annoyed when the guy goes inside to pay for his fuel then comes out and washes the windows, or munches on a meat pie and doesn't have the brains to realise he should move his car over to the parking area where he can munch away and those waiting in line can get to the bowser don't become agro.