[Tagging] Fuel shops

Dave Swarthout daveswarthout at gmail.com
Tue Mar 24 07:07:45 UTC 2015


It's interesting that you brought that up because most fuel stations in the
United States actually use vending machines as well. AFAIK, the only state
in the United States that still requires an attendant to pump your gas is
Oregon. In a way, even though the fuel shops I'm dealing with in Thailand
are much smaller, having only 1 or 2 pumps and no parking pad or other
amenities, the majority of the large name-brand stations in the U.S. could
really use the same tags. They're all automated, accept credit cards, open
24/7, etc. I would of course, add brand, operator, and other descriptive
tags but essentially they are the same thing.

Dave

On Tue, Mar 24, 2015 at 12:55 PM, Jan van Bekkum <jan.vanbekkum at gmail.com>
wrote:

> How does the tagging differ from an unstaffed filling station where you
>> enter your credit card and fill up the tank of your car yourself 24/7 like
>> I seem them all over the place in the Netherlands? In the situation you
>> describe I really prefer shop=*.
>>
>
> Regards,
>
> Jan
>
>>
>> At these places you could fill up your SUV tank and hence they are tagged
>> appropriately. I add:
>>
>> amenity=fuel
>> automated=yes
>> description:en=A vending machine accepting cash in notes and/or coin that
>> dispenses automotive fuel 24/7. Most are poorly marked and offer no other
>> services.
>> fuel:diesel=yes/no
>> fuel:gasohol_91=yes/no
>> fuel:gasohol_95=yes/no
>> fuel:gasoline_91=yes/no
>> fuel:gasoline_95=yes/no
>> name=*
>> opening_hours=24/7
>> payment:cash=yes
>> payment:credit_cards=no
>> source=GPS, geolocated photo
>> vending=fuel
>> vending_machine=yes
>>
>>
>>


-- 
Dave Swarthout
Homer, Alaska
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Travel Blog at http://dswarthout.blogspot.com
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