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Yukondiesel
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British Columbia

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Message Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:26:25 AM

Would Like to see better complete product listings for stations.

Here in British Columbia Chevron Stations all sell Reg - 87, Mid - 89, Prem - 91 but they also all sell Super Premium - 94, no place to report that price. Shell Stations here sell a Premium Diesel (read Higher priced than the other diesel)

A lot of stations here also sell Marked Premium - 91 for the vacation / tourist groups for Snowmobiles in Winter and Boats in summer. Some stations I report for also sell Marked Reg and Diesel fro the Agriculture and Forestry sectors. There is no availability to report these prices for these stations.

Currently I will add these prices to the reports I make by typing out this info in comments the section. It would be nice to have check boxes fro all of these different products in the process of adding or editing stations so that all prices could be reported with ease. This coupled with the recurring theme of only allowing the reporting of products actually sold at a site.

As an example The Spot in Midway, BC does not sell Mid or Prem at all so these should not show up on the mobile reporting form, but they do sell Marked (Dyed) Regular & Diesel in conjunction with Clear Reg & Diesel.
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CampKohler
Champion Author Sacramento

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Message Posted: Jan 9, 2014 6:35:41 PM

This suggestion has been added to the Suggestion Tracking List as a new topic on existing subjects.
Retired-Coastie
Champion Author Arkansas

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Message Posted: Jan 8, 2014 9:32:38 AM

We have a hard enough time getting them to fix the big bugs like reporting were a product is not sold, without adding more product lines for a limited market.
rumbleseat
Champion Author Winnipeg

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Message Posted: Jan 8, 2014 5:19:16 AM

The price of marked fuel for farm use is actually a limited market. Seems to me adding those prices to the regular listings would create un-necessary confusion.
IMHO.
scoutmaster
Champion Author Pittsburgh

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Message Posted: Jan 8, 2014 5:12:51 AM

Is this unique to British Columbia or just your area of British Columbia?
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