Abu Dhabi: Searching for a petrol station when you’re running low on fuel is one of the many horrors that motorists may face.
But a new app in the UAE will soon end the nerve-racking experience once and for all.
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) is currently testing out its new service Call to Fuel, where residents will have their cars filled up with petrol by a simple click of a button.
Through Adnoc’s app, residents can choose which type of fuel they prefer – Special or Super – and after picking a suitable date and time, can get their cars filled.
Once the order is made, customers have the choice of either meeting the driver or leave their car’s gas tank open.
An online video recently uploaded on social networking sites by an Abu Dhabi resident, shows exactly what to expect once the service is officially launched.
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Call to Fuel
خدمة ادنوك الجديده لتعبئة الوقود
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In a statement to Gulf News, Adnoc said: “Adnoc Distribution is focused on improving service, choice and convenience for customers while maintaining our 100% commitment to safety.
“As part of our company’s transformation, we are looking at a number of customer-centric innovations, some of which are currently being piloted with a small group of customers. We will provide further updates in due course.”