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Nah, if it's clean and dry and sealed, so no evaporation, I'd say you've got a decade, maybe longer. If there's an evaporation path, then 2 years is too long, but I've used jerry cans full of ten year old fuel no problems. Hell, I have a jerry can that I've moved house with twice, so it must be at least 20 years old, but it was pulled from a wet tank so may well be shite. Problem is, what do you do with uff fuel if you don't know anyone who runs a tank? Could fill it into plastic bottles and use it to start bonfires I guess.
Mad Max does seem a bit odd - if petrol's a massively limited resource, some of their choices look counterproductive.