Gasoline is one of the most flammable liquids there is. Its vapors are completely invisible, very heavy, and will secretly travel like a snake from room to room. That's why you should never store gasoline inside your home or basement. Always keep gasoline cool, stored in a tightly sealed, approved safety gasoline container that is prominently labeled and out of reach of children. Keep this container in your garage (detached is preferred) or an outside storage building.
When shopping for a clothes dryer, look for a model with a moisture sensor feature that automatically shuts off the machine when your clothes are dry. Not only will this save energy, it will reduce the wear and tear on clothes from over-drying.