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Q: Why sign up for this service?
A: Have you ever driven pass the gas station and said "I'll stop in the morning" and then morning comes and you've pressed snooze to many times? That's why!


Q: What areas do you service?
A: We service cities located in Dorchester, Berkeley Orangeburg and Charleston counties

Q: Is there a contract?

A:  There is no contract and you can cancel at anytime however a 30 day notice is preferred.


Q: How often is the service provided?
A. Delivery is provided weekly and on designated days depending on your city


Q: What type of fuel do you all provide?
A: We source from our local fuel farm and you can choose from regular(87) or premium(93).


Q: Does the subscription include the fuel?
A: No, the cost of fuel is separate from the delivery fee and will be billed on the day of service. 

Q: What is the cost of fuel?

A: Our prices change daily but usually average the same as the local stations in the area or cheaper. Check our homepage for the daily fuel cost.


Q: What if one vehicle is not in the same location as my other vehicles?

A: The vehicles will have to be fueled based on our designated day in that area

Q: I may not be available on my delivery day, do I get a refund?

A: We will make every effort to accommodate your schedule, our monthly plan provides cost savings and unfortunately we aren't able to provide a refund due to a missed day that is of no fault of Fuel Flo. If you are on our weekly plan, no upfront cost is incurred since you're only billed after delivery.

Q: I forgot to cancel my delivery for the day will I still be charged?

A: All cancellations require a 24 hour notice.  A reminder is sent out the day before delivery so that you can accept or decline service accordingly. Should you forget to cancel, the delivery fee will still apply.


Q: What if my day falls on a Holiday.

A: We will make every effort to squeeze you in on the following business day however it is not guaranteed. 

Q: What Holidays do you recognize?

A: We recognize Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

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