Frequently Asked Questions

1Does Type Of Car Make A Difference In Driving?
A highly fuel-efficient vehicle could cut gasoline use in half or more depending on the vehicle and driving habits and needs. Compared to 10 gallons for a highly fuel-efficient vehicle, if a less fuel-efficient car needs 20 gallons of gasoline a week, over 500 gallons of gasoline could be stored annually.
2Can Fuel Evaporation And Loss Be Prevented By Keeping Tank Full?
That ought not to be an issue. Technological improvements have effectively reduced fuel evaporation losses to vehicle fuel systems.
Slips, Trips, and Falls On Forecourt

Snow and ice on the forecourt can harm pedestrians from falling and skidding vehicles in winter. A slipping risk can be posed by fuel and oil spillages on the forecourt.
3Can Fire Risks Be Prevented?
Obstructed exits, such as stock and/or packaging accumulations, can prevent escape and provide fuel for fires.
4What Are Risks With Fuel Storage?
There are many threats to petrol storage: fire/explosion, environmental damage, and health consequences when treated by individuals.
5What Are Control Measures For Vehicle Movement on Forecourt?
➔ Devise a stable traffic flow scheme, such as a one-way system for entering and leaving the forecourt.
➔ Present explicit warning signs/information setting out the plans for traffic control.
➔ Provide enough dedicated parking areas outside the store and away from the pumps.
➔ Provide mechanical protection for fragile facilities such as fuel tanks and storage areas for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).