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Old 10-19-2011, 02:57 PM   #1
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Looking for a Fuel Related Web Site

My old laptop went bellyup and took all my favorites with it (I know, I shouda backed it up, but...). I'm trying to rebuild my favorites and one in particular I'm looking for regards where to get gas throughout the country. It is primarily directed to truckers but gassers can also use it. I thought it was www.fuelstops.com but on reflection it isn't. It may have the word "finder" in the name, or maybe not. When you open it up it has boxes for you to enter origin, then destination with via points and it will map out the route and show info with stations along the route with info regarding those stations. I don't mean GasBuddy either.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

On edit, I found it. It's www.findfuelstops.com.

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Old 10-20-2011, 08:49 AM   #2
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Thanks for posting.

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I used that website to spot a few fueling stops on a run from Salt Lake City to Moab. Two of the stations were out of business and the one that I did use (diesel) was not even listed. Still, it is a great resource site.
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I use www.gasbuddy.com to locate the cheapest fuel in the towns I expect to be visiting. I can choose to fuel now or later or what part of each area has the best pricing so I can make a better informed choice.
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Gas Buddy is the best and most up to date site. I do not use any info over 12 hours old.
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Old 10-22-2011, 06:58 AM   #6
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I agree that Gas Buddy is very good, but it doesn't provide as much in-depth info as does FindFuelStops, including a basic travel plan and actual photos of many of the stations. However, I use those two combined with Google Earth to get all the info I can use.

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