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    Service Stations in Cherry Hill


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    Business Listing   ARFA Enterprises Inc - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 663-0233


    Business Listing   Bowker's Shell Station - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 428-2182


    Business Listing   Cherry Hill Amoco - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 216-8028


    Business Listing   Cherry Hill Mobil - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 662-4362


    Business Listing   Citgo Gas Station - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 429-7658


    Business Listing   Ellisburg Circle Exxon - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 216-9008


    Business Listing   Jiffy Lube - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 665-3136


    Business Listing   Krasco Petroleum - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 486-9889


    Business Listing   Mohrfeld's Sunoco Station - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 428-7025


    Business Listing   Race Track Texaco - Cherry Hill, NJ - Phone: (856) 317-1101


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    Helpful Definition for: Service Stations


    Service Stations, also known as a filling stations, in Cherry Hill, refer to a gas or petrol station that offer services such as oil change and mechanical repairs to automobiles. It is basically a facility which sells fuel and lubricants for motor vehicles. There are a few service stations in cities like Cherry Hill that sell only electric energy and are known as charging stations. Many service stations also combine small convenience stores and have added shops to the primary business.

    Most service stations are built in a similar manner, with most of the fuelling installation underground. Local regulations and environmental concerns may require a different method, with some stations storing their fuel in container tanks.