Time once again to turn to the experts! The wife and I have put a down-payment on a tractor to take care of the 16 acres that we're building a house on this summer. I anticipate burning 200-300 gallons of fuel this first year as we get the fields and woods in shape. As you can imagine, I'm not looking forward to hauling multiple fuel cans to town and back all the time. Also, I'd like my wife to be able to fill up the tractor on her own, and holding a 40# fuel can 4' away from her at chest level is a non-starter. I'd like to get, say, a 100 gallon above-ground fuel tank that has a fuel nozzle so the wife (and I!) can pull up next to our "home pump" and fill up the tractor. However, I know there are laws regarding the filling of containers that are in the bed of trucks or on trailers. I'm also pretty sure there's safety concerns with fuel sloshing around a metal container (static electricity and gas fumes). I also can't go too large or I won't be able to get the fuel tank OFF my truck/trailer. Any thoughts, product recommendations, or general advice?