On Mobile Safari, when trying to add a fuel-up (m.fuelly.com), clicking "Next" after selecting a car from the drop-down promptly crashes Safari. If I click "Done" and then manually select the Odometer field, all is well (although the Odometer field resizes itself weirdly), but "Next" consistently and repeatedly crashes Safari.
I have two saved cars, only one of which has a fuel-up so far. I'm on a stock iPhone EDGE (no jailbreak/etc.) running iPhone OS 2.0.1.
Yes, I can confirm this, happens on my iPhone too. What's odd is that if you click "Done" instead of next after selecting your car, there's no crash. (Like you mentioned.) So you could do that until we figure out the problem.
I have the original iPhone, not the 3G... running the 2.0.1 firmware (the most recent) and on T-mobile's unlimited Data plan using Edge. It is jailbroken and unlocked, but this wouldn't affect the site. And every other website loads just fine, mobile version or not (USAA.com, engadget, gizmodo, google, every site I can think of)
Whenever I am on WiFi, both sites work fine. But on Edge I get that same weird HTTP error
This sounds like a T-Mobile issue to me. If you try a search for T-Mobile "HTTP ERROR: $CODE$" you'll find quite a few people talking about it. Doesn't look like there's anything we can do about it on our end. There are some proposed solutions on the phone side here.
Hrm... i guess it does look like a T-mobile issue... but all those people appear to be complaining about T-zones... and i'm not on the T-zones plan... very weird... I guess I will just use the Google Proxy for now.