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Old 02-15-2016, 08:11 AM   #1
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Pioneer fuel? Gascard?

Is anyone using pioneer fuel card lock fueling? I am interested in signing up but I am looking for more info. There is a card lock station that is pretty convenient for me that takes the Gascard but that looks like just for commercial vehicles. Just looking for guidance.
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Is anyone using pioneer fuel card lock fueling? I am interested in signing up but I am looking for more info. There is a card lock station that is pretty convenient for me that takes the Gascard but that looks like just for commercial vehicles. Just looking for guidance.
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I have a Pacific Pride card and have been using it for a number of years. Sometimes they are cheaper, and sometimes not. Like anything else, you have to check prices. When I need fuel, I'll call and get the prices for PP and compare them with the local stations.

I like it and have had no billing issues at all. There is no minimum purchase per month like some say
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I prefer to use Pacific Pride. The area around the pumps tend to be much cleaner than the lanes at a regular truck stop. The PP sites are never crowded and always have window squeegees and cleaner available.
One caution- you must promise not to pump gasoline at a PP site in Oregon. It is OK though to pump diesel in Oregon.
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I prefer to use Pacific Pride. The area around the pumps tend to be much cleaner than the lanes at a regular truck stop. The PP sites are never crowded and always have window squeegees and cleaner available.
One caution- you must promise not to pump gasoline at a PP site in Oregon. It is OK though to pump diesel in Oregon.
I agree with you but how does one get gasoline at a PP in Oregon? A lot of the ones I've used don't have an attendant.
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I have a Pacific Pride card and have been using it for a number of years. Sometimes they are cheaper, and sometimes not. Like anything else, you have to check prices. When I need fuel, I'll call and get the prices for PP and compare them with the local stations.

I like it and have had no billing issues at all. There is no minimum purchase per month like some say
I stopped using Pacific Pride because after comparing fuel prices most often PP was more expensive. I did like using them, never had to wait for someone to move on and they were/are clean. I guess I'll have to get the number and call for prices, if easy I'll start using them again.
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I agree with you but how does one get gasoline at a PP in Oregon? A lot of the ones I've used don't have an attendant.
You don't unless you have some kind of certification from the state. When I got my PP card, I had to sign a paper saying I would not pump gasoline while in the state of Oregon. Any other state is fine for pumping gas
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I agree with you but how does one get gasoline at a PP in Oregon? A lot of the ones I've used don't have an attendant.
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Because it's illegal for you to pump your own gasoline in Oregon only OUTLAWS pump their own gas.
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Because it's illegal for you to pump your own gasoline in Oregon
Law changed end of last year. Still not totally legal in all cases, but can now pump gas in rural areas during certain times of the day. That leaves only New Jersey as the only real "can't pump your own gas" state.
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