Davis Oil Co - UNBRANDED
4383 Lilburn Ind Way S W, Lilburn GA
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 90
GPS coordinates: N 33.89259 W 84.12098 (located from address)
Updated by Davis Oil Co., July 22, 2020 16:35 CDT
We apologize for any inconvenience but our E0 pump is temporarily out of order. We will update this site when it is repaired.
Updated by Dan, August 06, 2015 13:42 CDT
Walked in the front door, nice ladies pointed me to the back and sent someone to the pump for me. Just a big white tank. Bring some gas cans, fill em up.. Walk back inside to pay. Great people, really nice.
Updated by TJ, April 14, 2015 11:54 CDT
Great Place. 90octane E0 was $3.07/gal; only about 50 cents more than my local station for its 89 octane E15. As others have said, only open M-F till 5pm, and must bring your own gas cans. But this is perfect for those with lawn equipment.
Updated by Chris, May 10, 2014 11:40 CDT
Yesterdays price $4.2167 including taxes and fees.
Updated by Chuck, April 17, 2014 14:57 CDT
Today's price $4.388 including taxes and fees. This was my first visit to Davis Oil, very friendly and helpful folks. They also sell 110 octane racing fuel in prepackaged 5-gallon cans, but it's about $65 ! I'll add some 104+ Octane Boost if needed.
Updated by Charlie, January 07, 2014 13:56 CST
Today's Price - $3.7373 per gallon
Updated by Charlie, December 11, 2013 13:15 CST
Today's Price - $3.25/gallon
Updated by Travis Holton, November 01, 2013 14:47 CDT
Current price $3.87
Updated by Joe, August 12, 2013 12:02 CDT
As other posts stated, very nice people. Price today is $4.05 per gallon out the door.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, March 29, 2013 17:57 CDT
Added phone number.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, February 25, 2013 13:20 CST
Their price today for 90 octane E0 is $4.24 per gallon. You still have to bring in gas cans as they are not set up for direct pump to vehicle sales but otherwise are very willing to sell to the public.
Updated by al, January 30, 2013 7:51 CST
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Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, January 29, 2013 13:35 CST
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Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, November 04, 2012 9:46 CST
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Updated by ed, October 29, 2012 6:38 CDT
Updated by Monte, September 05, 2012 9:41 CDT
I have visited this company at least three times and they are good people. I agree with Jonathan, if you live in Gwinnett County own lawn equipment, motorcycles, older vehicles or vehicles with very particular quality high octane gas needs you need to try pure gas 90 octane. I researched this for months before I converted my truck over and my wife's foreign car. Her car went from getting 17 mpg city, with no good driving response to 19.8 mpg city with increased performance and her check engine light went off. My truck went from 12.8 to 13.3 city mpg to 16.1 YES that big of a difference. After my second fill up I had to change how I accelerated it was responding so fast when I accelerated. Highway miles are awesome, my wife gets 26 to 27 miles highway and I get 22 to 23 highway miles in a V8 Hemi! Lawn equipment running problems over, I will only put this in my equipment and vehicles. For the price you are better off and can save on costly repairs. If you want more info contact me via email at njoylife419@yahoo.com! Real person, with real results.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 08, 2012 20:39 CDT
Went by for the first time today. Took two gas cans and bought six gallons. Very nice folks and they are very willing to sell retail even though they are a bulk facility. They are considering re-arranging their E0 so that it will be easier to sell directly into vehicles depending on how much demand they have for E0. I encourage everyone on this side of town to make an effort to purchase from them so that they will continue to sell E0. Today's price including taxes $4.16.6 per gallon. It may seem a little pricey but my car sure is a happy camper.
Posted by Jonathan Lathbury, July 16, 2012 16:16 CDT
This is a wholesale lubricant and fuel supplier. I talked with Ronnie. He informed me that though he is a wholesaler that he would sell retail to the public. He's not set up for vehicles to pull in but you can bring in gas cans. He even allowed that if someone had a trailer with a 55 gallon drum that he could handle that. They are open 7:30 - 5 M-F and their phone number is 770-923-4411. They fill a gap in the Northeast side of metro Atlanta. Hopefully they'll start getting enough business to set it up for vehicles to pull in directly but for now at least we have a source on the NE side of town. Todays price for 90 octane E0 is $3.83 per gallon.