My daughter's 1998 Pontiac Sunfire has developed a hole in the tank. Now let me take a step back and explain my thinking here. She's not really driven it much for me to get an idea of the kind of driver she will be. However I suspect she's going to be one of those kids who drives until the tank is bone dry. So I figured since I'm going to be pulling the tank and putting in a new one, why not give the sending unit float bar a little bend in the upright direction so that the tank actually reads lower than it really is. I'm sure she'd catch on to this after a time, but maybe until then she wouldn't be driving it until it's dry. The less frequent I have to go bail her out on the side of the road because of no gas the better I like it, plus it's all the better for the fuel pump, blah blah blah. So what are some of your thoughts. Do it? or any reasons you can think why I really shouldn't do this?