Seminole Petroleum - UNBRANDED
3170 Horseshoe Dr S, Naples FL
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 90
GPS coordinates: N 26.16084 W 81.76802 (entered by Peter Blackford)
Updated by Peter Blackford, November 02, 2016 20:04 CDT
company name changed / new ownership
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, September 22, 2015 14:41 CDT
I called and got clarification. They are a whole-seller but will sell retail to the public under certain conditions. If you have a classic car with a larger tank, a truck with a large tank or an auxiliary tank, a tanker trailer, or anything else that can hold larger quantities then they can sell to you. Smaller cars and gas cans can not be filled. The reason for this is that their pump pumps at too high a pressure and volume for small gas tanks and gas cans. If you have samller needs then they recommend the Racetrac close by. However if you need larger quantities or a delivery then they can help you.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, September 22, 2015 14:32 CDT
Removed by Peter Blackford, September 22, 2015 5:18 CDT
too much competition from RaceTrac around the corner
Updated by bob, October 05, 2014 7:06 CDT
limited sales
Updated by ron, August 08, 2014 18:59 CDT
added note
Updated by MEW, May 21, 2014 9:56 CDT
just called, she said classic cars only, depends on how much you want for special cases but for the average Joe filling up NO.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 20, 2014 14:51 CDT
When I called them back on May 6 I was informed that they had no restricted sales. However at present the owner has decided that due to the placement of their E0 pump that they will only allow older or classic cars. No cans, no motorcycles and no boats on trailers. I encouraged them to re-think this policy change because of the expanded market they are missing out on. However as long as they are willing to sell to some limited part of the public then I think their listing should stay posted. Perhaps if you are local you could write to them politely and ask them to re-expand their sales. Make it clear you want to put money in their pocket.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 20, 2014 14:44 CDT
Removed by Samuel, May 20, 2014 10:10 CDT
Seems to be some confusion regarding this station. I just visited this station with my vintage motorcycle. I entered their customer service office and requested to fill my motorcycle with ethanol-free gasoline. I also requested to return at a later time with gas cans. They would NOT honor my request. Upon returning home, I also telephoned the station at the number listed above. They confirmed their e-free is not for sale to the general public, but it is something they may consider in the distant future.
Updated by Peter Blackford, May 16, 2014 19:01 CDT
Note that they assuredly DO sell to the public, but the E0 pump is not on the "front line" - you must go into the office and request, but that's it. I filled up there today.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 06, 2014 17:05 CDT
I called and verified they will sell retail to the public. You can bring gas cans or pull in with a car or a boat on trailer.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 06, 2014 17:03 CDT
Removed by Samuel, May 06, 2014 11:00 CDT
Visited this station and they currently do not sell e-free to the general public.
Updated by Peter Blackford, May 03, 2014 3:01 CDT
added GPS coordinates
Posted by Peter Blackford, May 03, 2014 2:42 CDT
7AM-4:30PM, weekdays only, credit cards accepted