At least two more “on-demand” fueling services have launched. Rainy Day Fuel in Oregon and Booster Fuels in Dallas deliver fuel to customers through app-based order requests. Although it is still a budding concept, more fuel delivery service providers are starting up.
Partnerships between on-demand fueling service providers and automakers have already emerged; it’s plausible that partnerships with autonomous car companies are next to come. Will traditional petroleum marketers expand their services to offer this convenience to motorists? Source will continue to follow this consumer-centric trend.