[Tagging] Fuel shops
johnw at mac.com
Tue Mar 24 13:25:49 UTC 2015
If it is a place to buy 50l of petrol with a credit card, and 200 people can use it a day, it's a Normal gas station. If you hand the card to a clerk or pay at the pump (almost every single gas station in America, and more and more in Japan) - it's still a gas station.
I don't think people would expect a shop that looks like a gas station, works like a gas station, and has no shop to shop in to be tagged as a shop.
I totally get its an automated system (for payment) but the facility itself is a normal gas station.
The other state with mandatory gas station pumping is New Jersey.
It's weird going to certain gas stations in Japan where the pumps are 5 meters in the air, and an attendant lowers the hose down with a string to pump gas in your car.
On Mar 24, 2015, at 2:55 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=*.
>> At these places you could fill up your SUV tank and hence they are tagged appropriately. I add:
>> 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.
>> source=GPS, geolocated photo
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