The storm season is nearing. Is your gas station prepared?
From May 6 to May 12, 2018, the National Weather Service will be celebrating National Hurricane Preparedness Week.
It’s a weekly program held every year to educate people on how to better prepare themselves for a potential hurricane or land falling tropical storm.
So, is your gas station prepared for the upcoming storm season? Continue reading
Is your service station nozzle UL 2586 compliant?
No idea what these compliance guidelines imply to and how can they affect your filling operations?
This post can help you…
Like every equipment, fuel oil nozzles need to adhere to certain compliance standards to ensure operational safety and optimal functionality. Continue reading
Ever since the EPA mandated the use of DEF (short for Diesel Exhaust Fluid) in diesel powered vehicles, DEF has become a staple at many fueling stations and truck stops. Retailers view it as an additional source of income, and by selling the product at their facility, they believe they can attract more customers to their business. Continue reading
This fuel dispenser filter guide has been designed for gas station owners just starting off in the business and may want to learn about the basics of fuel dispenser filter –what it is, how it helps maintain fuel and gasoline quality and what safety considerations should one keep in mind when replacing a fuel dispenser filter. Continue reading
If you are new in gas station business and looking to expand your understanding of various system components (in particular gas stations sump types) that assist in the operations of a gas station, then this guide is for you. Continue reading
As a truck stop owner, you certainly don’t need telling the importance of stocking the right products at your truck stop – products that your customers need and demand. Continue reading
What do customers care about? Other then price and quality products? Check out below all the useful gas station customers statistics you should know! Continue reading
For any business customers are the most important factors. Profit in business comes from the repeat and loyal customers. Read how to attract gas station customers and retain them. Continue reading
On the long stretches of highway miles, in the darkest hours of night – stands your gas station. Lonely but proud, it looks forward to serving the cars that are about to pass by. Continue reading
According to the NACS 2016 Retail Fuels Report, price consideration is the most important factor for consumers when deciding where they fuel up. Even a price difference as small as $.01 per gallon, can change consumers’ behavior. Continue reading