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Love’s Travel Stops Completes First Fast-Fill CNG Station in Texas Triangle Expansion

February 11, 2014

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Love’s Fast-Fill compressed natural gas is now available for heavy-duty trucks and passenger vehicles at its travel stop in Willis, Texas, located on Interstate 45, Exit 95, thus opening its first Texas Triangle location. It’s the first of ten stations to open in this phase of the company’s plan to offer Love’s Fast-Fill CNG at more of its travel stops across the nation.

CNG is available for $1.99 in Willis, as well as a variety of other items and services Love’s is known for, including snacks, fresh fruit, showers, Love’s Truck Tire Care and more.

Love’s Fast-Fill CNG gives professional drivers a similar experience to filling up with Love’s diesel or DEF. Love’s CNG stations are designed to deliver a fill rate of greater than 10 gallons per minute in all lanes, meaning a driver can fill a 100 gallon equivalent tank in 10 minutes or less.

Love’s previously announced it would expand its Love’s Fast-Fill CNG network at 10 of its travel stops across Texas and Oklahoma, as well as its travel stop in Burbank, Ohio. Love’s will offer in-lane, fast-fill CNG at the following locations by the end of 2014.

 

Ft. Worth - I-35 W, Exit 40
Dallas - I-35/I-20, Exit 466
Rockwall - I-30, Exit 283
Houston – 610 Loop, Exit 24A
Katy – I-10, Exit 737
San Antonio – I-35, Exit 144
Seguin – I-10, Exit 604
Amarillo - I-40, Exit 74
Oklahoma City – I-40, Exit 140
Oklahoma City – I-40, Exit 166

Burbank, Ohio – I-71, Exit 204

 

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