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Old 24th May 2006, 13:58   #1
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Arrow Filling stations in Bangalore

I swear by Shell. Even if it means running an extra 5 kms to get my tank filled. Shell on Vittal Mallya road I have found to be good in quantity and quality.You take for 100 or fill up, its all on auto cut.

Indian Oil at Trinity Circle is ok in terms of quantity but quality I am not very much sure of. I used to fill up regularly there before Shell opened on Vitall Mallya Road.

Avoid the HP one near Raheja Towers on MG Road (intersection of MG and Dickenson roads). Did it twice there and both times I have the same experience. One person fills and another distracts you. Mostly he hits it for 100 when you ask for 500. IF you do not check, you will pay for 500! And if you alert him , then they switch to manual pumping. Once this was at 9.30 A commuting to work. Next time it was at 5:00A, when I had all the luxury. I hurled the choiciest of abuses at him.
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