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  • #46
    I wanted to fill my bike with 2 litres of petrol! I faced all rebukes and the only answer is no change. Not that I don't check in petrol quantity or quality or filling, it the attitude of filling station attendants have changed. i also forget to tender exact change for litres I ask. Given demonitisation situations now only round denominations work.

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    • #47
      KPR I find paying by card easier because I don't have to worry about change. Also, I can fill the tank to the brim without worrying about round numbers. But one has to make sure if the fuel station is trustworthy enough to use cards. I have heard people steal data off the cards when they swipe it in the machine and then duplicate them.
      Keep the rubber side down!

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      • #48
        KPR I'm curious. Why 2 liters exactly? Yes, change is always a problem and especially now, with the demonetization. If you DO want to fill up exactly 2 liters, then like Praveen said, pay by credit/debit card. Win-win for both you and the petrol pump.

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        • #49
          kaiserketkar Just wanted know that if they fill in round litres. I normally fill tank in my bike or car. But I was even curious to know whether they fill in litres ! The thought of it even was scary to receive tantrums from petrol pump staff.!

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          • #50
            KPR Ha ha! Kyun becharon ko pareshan karte ho! I can imagine the stares you must have got when you asked for 2 liters of petrol! While on that thought, I think they should change the display of rates at petrol pumps- From Rs/ liter to liters/ 100 Rs.

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            • #51
              JijoMalayil
              Reliance opened the pumps after upa Govt assumed them that fuel will b completely deregulated but did not do so due to political compulsions, so Mukesh closed the pumps.

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              • #52
                • Beware of free Tyre pressure pumps in petrol pumps specially in Delhi ncr more specifically in Gurgaon. They point to some non existent problem with Tyre and try to jolt you to repair Tyres.common scam is to losses the valve with trick and tell u that there is problem with the inlet commonly known as "nulki". Donot allow them to touch ur Tyrese with anything other than the nozzle

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