Rosemart Shell - SHELL
210 E Six Forks Rd, Raleigh NC
919-828-0509
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 89
GPS coordinates: N 35.82202 W 78.63045 (located from address)
Updated by carl, July 13, 2016 11:58 CDT
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Updated by Raleigh Neighbor, June 14, 2015 13:58 CDT
As noted, the ethanol free gas is in the 89 octane tanks. It is also noted that there is only one hose on the pump for the 3 grades of gasoline. So when you first start dispensing for the 89 octane selection, the first gas you receive (in-hose between the pump and the nozzle) will be whatever octane and grade the previous user dispensed. Therefore, the first few tenths of a gallon may be 87 or 93 octane containing alcohol. If you are filling a small container (less than one gallon) for your small engines, I would suggest you run the first gallon of gasoline from the pump into your automobile tank to make sure the gas you put in your small engine gas container will be 100% ethanol free.
Updated by Raleigh Neighbor, June 14, 2015 13:55 CDT
As noted, the ethanol free gas is in the 89 octane tanks. It is also noted that as there is only one hose on the pump for the 3 grades of gasoline. So when you first start dispensing for the 89 octane selection, the first gas you receive (in-hose between the pump and the nozzle) will be whatever octane and grade the previous user dispensed. Therefore, the first few tenths of a gallon may be 87 or 93 octane containing alcohol. If you are filling a small container (less than one gallon) for your small engines, I would suggest you run the first gallon of gasoline from the pump into your automobile tank to make sure the gas you put in your small engine gas container will be 100% ethanol free.
Updated by Raleigh Neighbor, June 14, 2015 13:50 CDT
As noted, the ethanol free gas is in the 89 octane tanks. It is also noted that as there is only one hose on the pump for the 3 grades of gasoline. So when you first start dispensing for the 89 octane selection, the first gas you receive (in-hose between the pump and the nozzle) will be what ever octane and grade the previous user dispensed. Therefore, the few tenths of a gallon may be 87 or 93 octane containing alcohol. If you are filling a small container (less than one gallon) for your small engines, I would suggest you run the first gallon of gasoline from the pump into your automobile tank to make sure the gas you put in your small engine gas container will be 100% ethanol free.
Updated by Stella, February 06, 2015 15:59 CST
only mid-grade is ethanol free
Posted by Stella, February 06, 2015 15:53 CST