An Adnoc petrol station.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – Starting on Sunday (November 3), motorists fueling up their vehicles at Adnoc petrol stations will no longer pay for premium service after Adnoc announced it is cancelling service fees at its petrol stations.
There were no further details given on why the service fees were being cancelled.
Adnoc introduced its paid premium service in June 2018, requiring customers to pay an extra Dh10 for a petrol station attendant to refuel their vehicles. Motorists, however, had the option of self-service to avoid the extra fee. DAJ/Expat Media
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