There’s several circumstances when the use of some kind of protective gloves are advisable during this COVID-19 pandemic. One of those is when you are getting gas or diesel in your vehicle. Think about how yucky that nozzle could be it the person who just pumped gas sneezed or coughed into their hand. Think about the same yucky fingers that have pushed the touch pad. OK, you’ve gotten those latex or some other kind of glove. However, if you don’t take the gloves off correctly, you can still spread all the germs that are on the gloves after you used them.
OK, here, straight from the CDC website is the correct way to remove possibly contaminated gloves.
After you have the gloves off and thrown in the trash, use plenty of hand sanitizer to clean your hands. It is also a good idea to have some disinfectant wipes in your vehicle. You can even wipe off the pump nozzle before you pump. You can’t be too careful.
Wear masks, wear gloves, wash your hands, keep your distance and be safe