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Delivery Driver Fueling Solutions

October 20, 2021 10:01 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Delivery Drivers are more in demand then ever. The world has changed. People are discovering the benefits of having food, groceries and everyday products delivered right to their door. If you are a driver or you have a fleet of drivers, the ability to have access to 24/7 fueling stations, controlling your expenses, and protecting... Read More

B20 Biodiesel Heating oil provider

In-depth look at Biodiesel as a heating fuel

October 11, 2021 9:27 am Published by Leave your thoughts

In a recent study, the viability of biodiesel – also known as bioheat – and its use as a heating oil was examined. TL:DR Biodiesel up to B20 and beyond do not require equipment changes or settings. Home heating systems have used biodiesel since 2000 and have shown no significant issues compared to standard fuel.... Read More

Oregon and Self-Serve Laws at the Pump

June 11, 2021 6:32 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Why can’t I pump my own gas in Oregon? In Oregon there are self-serve and full-serve counties.  The more urbanized counties require an attendant serve you with gasoline. (NOTE: If you operate a business in Oregon and want the ability to have commercial vehicles use a 24-7 card lock location here are the rules for... Read More

Diesel Prices in Beaverton & Hillsboro Oregon

April 28, 2021 10:11 am Published by Leave your thoughts

In Washington County, the average price for diesel is $3.19* Pacific Pride’s price is $2.96 a gallon today, April 28th, 2021 Get your small business out of high cost gas-lines and save with Pacific Pride commercial cardlock fleet cards. Save on labor Get your people out of gas lines Wholesale cost plus pricing Easy reports... Read More

Emergency Back-up Fuel

February 15, 2021 7:26 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Do you need your back-up generator filled? We have drivers on the road today. If you need your generator fueled give us a call. The Pacific NW has been throwing at lot at us recently and the winter isn’t over yet.  Snow storms and power outages could mean your generators are empty.  Are you prepared... Read More