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Would you go to the extreme of driving until you car runs out of gas and getting free gas from road side assistance?

Are there any mistakes?
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Hi,
Would you go to the extreme of driving until your car runs (or 'ran') out of gas and (then) getting free gas from roadside assistance?

Are there any mistakes?
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Would you go to the extreme of driving until your car runs out of gas and getting free gas from road side assistance?

Would you go to the extreme of driving until your car runs out of gas so that you get free gas from road side assistance?

Your version may not be wrong, but I would use the above.
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Thanks, Optilang. One small question, by switching to present tense, does it indicate the question is no longer hypothetical? And is it still idiomatic?
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Do you go to the extreme of driving until your car runs out of gas so that you get free gas from road side assistance?

Still hypothetical and idiomatic.

It's the kind of style a comedian would use.

The price of petrol keeps going up and up. What do you do?

Do you go to the extreme of driving until your car runs out of gas so that you get free gas from road side assistance?

Faced with this situation .......

Do you ....................................... OR (do you) ...................................
Thanks, Optilang.