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Old 07-07-2014, 07:13 PM   #1
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Gasser Friendly Stations

I haven't found any sources of gasser friendly fuel stations with long pull throughs so I thought I would add one that I went to recently. Feel free to add any you come across. I'm planning on creating a log with them. I'm specifically looking for truck lanes with regular gas in addition to the diesel.


Indiana I-75 Exit 34 just north of Indianapolis. Truck lanes with gas and diesel.
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I'm specifically looking for truck lanes with regular gas in addition to the diesel.
I haven't found one in the last 8 years.
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Subscribed. Maybe all who find these stations could post the locations. I haven't found any either in 2 years but I haven't looked real hard.
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I haven't found any sources of gasser friendly fuel stations with long pull throughs so I thought I would add one that I went to recently. Feel free to add any you come across. I'm planning on creating a log with them. I'm specifically looking for truck lanes with regular gas in addition to the diesel.


Indiana I-75 Exit 34 just north of Indianapolis. Truck lanes with gas and diesel.
I-75 doesn't go through Indiana. Is it I-65?
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In 17 years of RVing I have found only a handful of gas stations that couldn't handle a 39' gasser with a toad (or a 43' DP with a toad). Remember all of these gas stations need to "get" gas and that means having long double tanker trailers pulling in and pulling out so there is usually plenty of room to maneuver. Besides if you are really trepidatious about the station you are about to enter, use the one on the other corner.
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Several Pilot/Flying J stations have the RV lanes for gassers. Some are real easy to get in and out... some are just ok.... but, you can fill up at them. They have an app for your phone ( My Pilot) to help you search for the ones with RV lanes.

Also, I take a look at different stations along my route using Google Earth with their street view. I use this data to plan my stops along the way.

Sometimes I just get lucky and find a station that has access. :-)
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Indiana I-74 Exit 34 just north of Indianapolis. Truck lanes with gas and diesel. I guess my finger bumped to the right when typing. Oops.

I thought about the fuel truck thing and started to look for the place they fill. It is normally in a clearing, parallel to the building where the cars enter and exit not near the pumps. We drive by of stations assessing which ones are reasonable. I've been through a few with gas at the truck lanes but didn't write them down and thought I would start. Satellite maps help a great deal too! The truck lanes with gas just make things so much easier and I thought we could help each other out.
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