Fuel Island Review
|Fuel island area was clean, devoid of fuel and oil on ground||1|
|Trash barrels were emptied or had little trash in them||5|
|Fuel pump was in good working order and delivered fuel in a timely manner||3|
|Card reader and keypad was in good working order||5|
|Transaction required no additional action from driver inside the facility||5|
|There were sufficient paper towels for checking oil or cleaning||4|
|Windshield washing fluid was present, was sufficiently clean and had soap in it for cutting grease and bug guts||2|
|There was a long handled squeegee with both sides in good working order for reaching truck windshields without having to get up on the truck||3|
|A water spigot with hose was present and in good working order||5|
|An air hose with commercial truck tire pressure was available on at least every other bay||5|
|Bays with ULSD (ultra low sulfur diesel) were well marked||5|
|Friendliness and courtesy of facility staff, combined with wait time||N/A|
"Fuel Island Review Pilot Georgia Smyrna"
Observations: "Fuel Island Review Pilot Georgia Smyrna"
There was purple grease on the passenger side fuel pump handle and on/off lever.
There is only one bay for ULSD users at this facility.
This facility requires professional truck drivers to make a sharp right hand turn when coming in from I-285. There is also no "suicide lane" for drivers to turn back to the left -- going back to I-285 -- from this facility. Although Mike did not have any difficulty getting in or getting out, he notes that timing is everything when leaving.
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