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Frequent drivers and vehicle owners are very much concerned about gas prices. They can`t do anything about lowering these but with gas rewards credit cards they can spend less each time they fill up their cars. By using gas rebate credit cards when shopping for gas, you can earn precious discounts, bonus points or cash back, thus saving big at the gas pump. One can choose from general purpose rewards credit cards that offer rebates on different everyday purchases including gas and special gasoline credit cards with rewards on gas bought at certain filling stations.

If you spend lots of time on the road, a gas credit card is exactly what you need. On our web site you can browse through the most attractive gasoline credit card offers for specific stations you are loyal to, select a card to give you the highest gas rebates and apply online.

Something to know about gas stations

The term "gas station" is frequently used in Canada and the United States, where petrol is known as "gasoline" or "gas". The term "gas bar" is also mostly used in some regions of Canada. The whole English-speaking world uses the widely known forms such as "petrol pump" or "petrol station". In the United Kingdom people still usually use the single noun "garage" despite the fact that the majority of those petrol pumps do not have special services which could justify this description.

Likewise, all petrol stations in Australia pass by the name "service station" (or "servo"). In Japanese English, it is called a "gasoline stand". In Indian English, they also generally use the common term "petrol pump". In some regions of America, where the term "filling stations" is quite popular, stations have a mechanic on duty, but this is uncommon in other areas of the world.
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