fuelService - Safe, Reliable Refueling for Drivers with Mobility Challenges
The Problem Disabled Drivers Face
Filling up the car is one of the biggest challenges for disabled drivers. But it’s also a challenge for gas stations to help, sometimes they have people available, but sometimes they are single manned and can’t help for security reasons.
For the disabled driver, they don’t know which station can help, which can mean driving from station to station to find one that can help.
But when they get to the station its hard to get the attention of the gas station staff. Beeping the horn and holding up your disabled card is embarrassing.
Worse still, if the gas station can’t help because they are single manned they can’t even come out to say they can’t help.
fuelService is the Answer
fuelService provides disabled drivers with all they need to refuel their cars, without any hassle.
The revolutionary App tells you which nearby stations have assistants available who will refuel your car. It allows you to find a station that can help before you go there. The App calls them, and ask if they can help in the next 30 minutes. fuelServices then tells them you have arrived and tell you how many minutes they will be until you receive service. This App removes the hope they have seen you or wondering when they will come.
The App is available for iPhone, Android and Windows phones. Using the App is even easier…
1. Search the app for a gas station near you
2. Pick a station
3. Send a request for help and await their response
*If you don’t have a smartphone you can still use fuelService by dialling our interactive voice service or by sending an SMS text message
All the proceeds from fuelService go to finding a cure for paralysis. fuelService donates to Spinal Research Charities who invest in research projects and organizations who are bringing a cure closer to a reality. All the proceeds from the Canadian retailers initiative of fuelService are donated to CSRO to put towards our goal of finding a cure for spinal cord injuries and paralysis.