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November 16, 2017

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EDWARD RICE

Helping Drivers with Disabilities: I've seen, in the USA a system called 'FUEL CALL' it's a simple call button system for drivers that, due to their disability are not easily able to fill their tanks. With the cooperation of the station staff, the driver pulls up to a wheelchair logo designated pump, rolls their window down and pushes a big blue button, for pump assistance. The station staff comes out, fills the tank, takes the credit card and processes the purchase (and other items if requested) and returned the credit card and receipt to the driver. How come I don't see this available in Canada?

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