Fuel Island Review
|Was the fuel island area of your bay clean, devoid of fuel and oil on ground?||1|
|Were the trash barrels empty or had little trash in them?||1|
|Was the fuel pump in good working order such that it delivered fuel in a timely manner?||5|
|Were the card reader and keypad in good working order?||5|
|Did the transaction require NO additional action from you inside the facility?||1|
|Were there sufficient paper towels for checking oil or cleaning?||4|
|Was windshield washing fluid present, sufficiently clean and having soap in it for cutting grease and bug guts?||3|
|Was there a long handled squeegee with both sides in good working order for reaching your truck windshield without having to get up on the truck?||5|
|Was there a water spigot WITH hose present and in good working order?||1|
|Was there an air hose with commercial truck tire pressure available on at least every other bay?||5|
|Were bays with ULSD (ultra low sulfur diesel) well marked?||N/A|
|If you had to go inside, what was the friendliness and courtesy of facility staff, combined with wait time?||2|
"Fuel Island Review Flying J Pennsylvania Carlisle"
Was there anything else noteworthy about your fuel island experience?:
When I went in to get my fuel receipt after using the
card reader so that I could get a shower, no one behind the desk could
find it! Nor could they find it in their computer system after swiping
The cleanliness of the bay where I fueled was appalling.
Please see the photos.
Photos, Part 1: "Fuel Island Review Flying J Pennsylvania Carlisle"
|The dirty and greasy fuel bay at the Flying J in Carlisle, PA, on August 30, 2010.|
|The huge greasy spot on the ground in the fuel bay at the Flying J at Carlisle, PA, on August 30, 2010.|
Photos, Part 2: "Fuel Island Review Flying J Pennsylvania Carlisle"
|The trash on the ground in the fuel bay at the Flying J in Carlisle, PA, on August 30, 2010.|
More trash on the ground at the Flying J in Carlisle, PA, on August 30, 2010.
Where in the world were the truckstop's cleaning crew or janitorial staff to allow this fuel bay to get in such a state of filthiness?
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