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New Petrol Station for Corralejo
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A new petrol station is being constructed to the side of FV1 as it heads into town, between what I refer to as Morro Francisco roundabout and Las Honduras roundabout.

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It's been needed for some time as the one in the main street is so busy the vehicles in the queue often block the main street. As for the Shell garage down the bottom of the town that is now surrounded by pedestrianised areas...…..
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I hope the prices are better than the existing ones!
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(28-11-2018, 05:05 AM)Decho Wrote: I hope the prices are better than the existing ones!

Best Prices in the middle of the island PDR / Caleta area the BP garage at the port where the cruise liners dock.

Premium / Ultimate Diesel per Lt  BP 1.072€  Smile Smile  Repsol 1.115€   and rip off Disa 1.189€  Angry Angry
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Best price of 95 unleaded petrol (hired cars) on the whole island is most of the time at Cepsa in Puerto. Usually the same (or very similar) price at Disa next to IKEA and Repsol Caleta de Fuste, opposite Atlantico Shopping Centre.

Back to the OP, I'm sure the petrol station will be handy, especially this close to the new (dual) FV1.Do you happen to know what company will operate it?
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(28-11-2018, 02:06 PM)Sam Wrote: Back to the OP, I'm sure the petrol station will be handy, especially this close to the new (dual) FV1.Do you happen to know what company will operate it?

No, just managed to make out the basics on a small wooden sign as I drove past. I thought at first it was going to be an ITV station then I realised that was the left over signage for the newish ITV in Puerto!
I also read 'taller' and 'pneumaticos' and 'cafeteria' so it sounds like the package to be found in La Oliva at present! Possibly Disa?
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Much needed, agree the one in town has always been a nightmare, never seen any cars at the one at the bottom of town..
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(28-11-2018, 10:43 PM)TamaraEnLaPlaya Wrote: Possibly Disa?

I don't think there will be another Disa just a few hundred yards from the current Disa petrol station (opposite Las Palmeras CC). Unless they're forced to close that one. Without having a proper competitor the prices would go only one way too.
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The new petrol station is progressing. I could see the fuel tanks were in and the shell of the buildings has been completed. Took pic from up at Morro Franciso so it's 'rear view'.

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It looks quite large building from your photo, Tamara. Drove past it over the weekend. Twice! Completely forgot to check it out for more info. 🤦‍♂️
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This has been slow going! Today it looked as if progress is being made; an exterior stone wall was being constructed and trees were being planted. The buildings still look as though they need work done though.
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