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$2.86 per ggeupdated 53 months ago by anonymous

PG&E San Carlos Service Center

275 Industrial Way San Carlos, CA 94002


  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
  •  CC 
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Price history

Prices for this station have historically varied from $1.39 to $3.01 per gge. We have data extending back to November 2007 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

CNG has collected 16 user comments about this station. They often have useful information about how to find a station or how reliabile it is, or whether it is well lit at night. Peruse the comments here, or add your own comment.

20 Nov 2007anonymousHours: 24 hours daily, contact station to arrange for car
20 Nov 2007anonymousPSI fills: 3000
23 Jun 2015anonymous3600 works today. first-time user PG&E-issued card. No Receipt ??
8 Jun 2012anonymousUsed 2600 psi pum on 6/6/12 without incident.
23 May 2012madmaison3600 PSI pump temporarily out of order at 7:30 am 5/23/12
4 Apr 2012anonymousThe address is 235 Industrial Rd, San Carlos, not Industrial Way. (CORRECTION MADE)
22 Jul 2011anonymousGot full fill(3600 psi)at 730 am today. New set up appears to be in place. Thanks PG&E)
20 Jul 2011anonymousI believe this station is being serviced -- new compressor. I'm checking and will re-post when I know more.
20 Jul 2011anonymousStation working but only 3000psi
11 Jul 2011anonymoushave only been getting 1500-2000 psi out of this station lately.
26 May 2011anonymousfill pressures have been 3000 or less at the 3600 pumps supposedly due to compressor replacement. i wonder why it takes 10 weeks to replace a compressor?
14 May 2011anonymousThis station is having maintenance done. The main pumps are offline & the pressure is reduced significantly. There's a note from PG&E recommending that people use other (nearby) stations during the maintenance. No dates were given.
9 Jul 2010anonymous07/09/2010 I'm new user. PG&E doesn't have any one in this station to give required training. Maybe in 2 weeks! Whats up PG&E?
14 Jan 2010anonymousCurrent price published monthly at
26 Dec 2009anonymousHose/Pump #2 now labeled as 3600 psi (and fill nozzle has yellow collar). Got a 3300 psi fill from the 3600 psi hose. Same as I've always gotten at this station, even when all were blue.
30 Nov 2009anonymousEven though the pump's two hoses are blue and marked 3000 PSI, they are so well maintained and the pressure so good, they were putting out over 3400 PSI in November 2009.

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