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    Service Stations in Twin Falls

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    Business Listing   Brico of Idaho Inc - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 655-4205

    Business Listing   Continental Distributing CO - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 733-7311

    Business Listing   Fearless Farris Stinker Station - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 733-4827

    Business Listing   Jim's 66 Service - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 733-3904

    Business Listing   Lynwood Chevron - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 736-8955

    Business Listing   Mr Gas - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 734-6177

    Business Listing   Oasis Stop 'n Go - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 733-7605

    Business Listing   Texaco - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 733-8039

    Business Listing   Twin Stop - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 735-8000

    Business Listing   Twin Stop Chevron - Fuel & Food Mart - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 732-8000

    Business Listing   United Oil - West Addison Station - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 733-5066

    Business Listing   West Addison 66 - Twin Falls, ID - Phone: (208) 733-3427

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    Helpful Definition for: Service Stations

    Service Stations, also known as a filling stations, in Twin Falls, 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 Twin Falls 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.

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