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Old 05-04-2015, 12:53 PM   #1
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Indian Fuel Rte 20

Anyone know the name and address of the Indian run fuel station on route 20 in upstate New York? I remember fueling there a few years ago, and the fuel was a lot cheaper since they don't have to pay tax on it.
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There are a bunch of them on the Seneca Reservation in Irving, NY. There's Doogies, Wolf's Run, Big Indian, Seneca Hawk, Native Pride, Seneca One, and Signals. Did you have any idea which one specifically you were looking for?
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Try GasBuddy. Only Native American run one I've ever stopped at was last year on the Navajo Reservation and it was exactly the opposite. But then they had to get it trucked in on two lane roads for a long, long ways.
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Try GasBuddy. Only Native American run one I've ever stopped at was last year on the Navajo Reservation and it was exactly the opposite. But then they had to get it trucked in on two lane roads for a long, long ways.

Gas Buddy shows most gas near me (in Western NY) at $2.59 or more a gallon while on the Reservation it's anywhere from $2.39 to $2.44. It's usually a lot cheaper on the "Res" so a lot of folks drive there to fill up. If you are on I-90 you get off at Silver Creek and then go east on US 20. That will take you onto the Reservation and the Seneca owned and run stations.
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If you are on I-90 you get off at Silver Creek and then go east on US 20. That will take you onto the Reservation and the Seneca owned and run stations.
Just don't make a left turn onto RT. 5; you'll never make it under the bridge.
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