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Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Station information for Springville, UT 84663

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$1.85 per ggeupdated 5 days ago by anonymous

Flying J

1460 N 1750 West Springville, UT 84663

801-489-3622

  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
  •  CC 
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Prices for this station have historically varied from $0.64 to $1.85 per gge. We have data extending back to December 2007 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

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DateUserComment
20 Nov 2007anonymousHours: 24 hours daily
20 Nov 2007anonymousPayment: Cash AmericanExpress Discover MasterCard VISA
24 Aug 2016anonymousGot 3900 PSI from 3600 PSI pump, seems to be working fine.
25 Dec 2015anonymousChristmas day and the only station in Utah County where I could get CNG fill. The rest were either down or snowbound.
29 Jul 2014anonymousstation is out of order as of 4:20 pm
30 Apr 2014mmilne01Filled up on 4/29/14, the 3600 pump has a faulty start/stop handle. You need to hold the pump handle down in the start position inorder for it to work, got 3500 PSI fill.
2 Feb 2014anonymousNo problem with the 3600psi fill on 1/31/2014
16 Jun 2013anonymousGreat Fill. Summer rate of 3600+ PSI. Used it both ways on a road trip to Moab.
3 Jul 2012anonymousStation is back operational but frequently is down. They have been running 1 yr. on temporary portable compressor. I am there almost daily and it seems it crashes every weekend. Pathetic for brand new dispensors.
12 Jan 2012anonymousSign out front says $1.25 but it is $1.50 at the pump. New Pumps are 3 weeks old, always deliver 300 psi less than the 3600, but frequently are not working at all. Pressure was only 1400 lbs this morning.
16 Apr 2011anonymousover 3000 psi, great fill, great station
12 Apr 2011anonymousThis station only has 3000 psi pumps. But it is the most reliable station around. If one pump goes out you call the number on the pump to report it and it's fixed most times the next day. Pressure is always 3000 to 3200 psi sometimes a little higher.
21 Feb 2011anonymousThis station does not have 3600 psi nozzles - just 3000 psi nozzles. But, pressure is usually over 3000. Pumped up today at noon (02/21/11). Good fill at $1.27/gge.
1 Oct 2010anonymousAwesome station. New pumps, great pressure. 3000psi and 3600psi.
22 Feb 2010anonymousStopped on 2/19 and 2/21. Filled up with NO problems! 3600 psi, no problem
10 Dec 2009anonymousNo pressure on any of the four pumps as of 11:30 this morning.
5 Dec 2009anonymousTried filling tonight and they said phone lines are down so they can't take payments (cash or card). Something to do with Questar not being online.
28 Nov 2009anonymous3,600 is Down. 3,200psi on the 3,000.
28 Aug 2009anonymousCard readers working. 3500 psi - nice!
20 Aug 2009anonymousall 4 down as of 9 am today... card reader issue.
26 Jul 2009anonymousAre the card readers working yet?
1 Jul 2009anonymousWoohoo! They've added a card reader so that you can pay at the pump. Life is good.
23 Jun 2009anonymousI fill up here nearly every week. Pumps are rarely down now. Pressure almost always over 3000.
3 May 2009anonymousMay 2, 9:00 pm pressure 1900 psi
24 Apr 2009anonymousWork on pumps 4/24/09 caused problem. Regular operation not expected until 4/27/09.
25 Nov 2008anonymous2 pumps down
6 Nov 2008anonymous3500 psi. $.79 All 4 nozzles working
5 Nov 2008anonymous3 nozzles working. Pressure 2200 psi.
28 Oct 2008anonymousAll 4 nozzles working! Thanks! Good pressure (3300 psi).
26 Oct 2008anonymousALL PUMPS FIXED!! YEAH!! Great pressure no long lines.
22 Oct 2008anonymousPlease fix the other pumps! Lines are terrible with only one pump going. I have gone at 1 a.m.coming home from work and there is still a line.
19 Oct 2008anonymousPlease fix the other pumps! Lines are terrible with only one pump going. I have gone at 12 at night and there is still a line.
17 Oct 2008anonymousOnly 1 pump running--The working pump is by the regular gasoline pumps. LONG LINES both times I've been down there this week.
13 Oct 2008anonymousDo you work for questar? What makes you think this?
2 Oct 2008anonymousdo not turn on the pump before paying this breaks the pumps. go somewhere else if you can't follow instructions! Down to one pump only because if this.
29 Sep 2008anonymousI stopped here 9-26-08 and again 9-29-08, they have two dual handle pumps, one by the gasoline and one by the semi trucks, the one by the trucks had only one of the two pumps working.
20 Sep 2008anonymous9/20/08 9:45 pm compressor down
10 Sep 2008anonymousTwo pumps down. 3000 P.S.I.
9 Sep 2008anonymous5pm - Pump 24 has about 3600 psi; all other pumps down.
7 Sep 2008anonymous12 AM Sept & all pumps down.
25 Aug 2008anonymousUse on 08/24 at 9:30 p.m. and preasure was great. Pump 23 and 22 down but 24 is working
23 Aug 2008anonymousAll pumps were down at 9am 8/23/2008
17 Aug 2008anonymousPumps are back up and running 3400 psi 08/17/2008
4 Aug 2008anonymousall four pumps down as of 8-4-8
2 Jul 2008anonymousAs of 7/1/08 4 out of 4 pumps working
2 Jul 2008anonymousGreat pressure! 3800-3900psi
1 Jul 2008anonymousMust pre-pay because of drive-offs
25 Jun 2008anonymousas of 6pm on 6/24/08 1 out of 4 pumps was up and running
6 May 2008anonymous2007-5-04 3 out of 4 pumps working
23 Feb 2008anonymousGreat Pressure - my favorite station
4 Jan 2008anonymousThe pumps are currently down. They are waiting on Questar to replace a part.
21 Nov 2007anonymousGreat pressure here. Two pumps: one at the auto island and another out at the end of the truck island.

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