Bp Locations & Hours Near De Pere, WI - YP.com
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  • 1.BP

    2746 Freedom Rd

    De Pere,WI

    6.75 mi

  • 2.BP

    1328 O Keefe Rd

    De Pere,WI

    1.29 mi

  • 3.BP

    1850 Dickinson Rd

    De Pere,WI

    1.30 mi

  • 4.BP

    1605 Fort Howard Ave

    De Pere,WI

    1.05 mi

  • 5.BP

    302 N Broadway

    De Pere,WI

    0.18 mi

  • 6.BP

    1501 W Main Ave

    De Pere,WI

    2.91 mi

  • 7.BP

    2409 Monroe Rd

    De Pere,WI

    3.50 mi

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12/16/2014
By: Tj S.
Mobil
Buyer Beware! A $49.95 oil changed has costed us $3,000.00 in auto repairs and over $200.00 in rental car fees. They over tightened our transfer case drain plug and cracked our transfer case. Our Ford dealer has confirmed this to be true. Mobil1 refuses to respond to our latest inquiry to get this resolved- Mobil1 please own up to what you did- a "rock" did not kick up and cause our Transfer Case to crack! DO NOT GO TO Mobil1 Lube Express in Wisconsin! Do not patronize bad consumer practices.FYI, Mobil1 Lube Express in the Green Bay and surrounding area is owned by Lighthouse Lubes LLC which is also associated with Fast Track Lubes in south eastern Wisconsin.
06/03/2014
By: John P.
Mobil
CONSUMER BEWARE! This store's manager (David Smits) only cares about his store's numbers. He will sell you services (differential, coolant, transmission flushes, etc) or parts (serpentine belts, batteries, cabin/engine air filters, etc) that are not needed if he feels you are a good target(typically woman, the elderly & minorities with poor English skills), going so far as to scare customers into believing their vehicle will break down if they don't have whatever service performed or part replaced. They regularly upcharge customers for "nonstandard" oil filters or additional oil, typically WITHOUT informing the customer of the additional cost until the service has already been performed and they are left with a much larger bill than originally expected. Complaints to the corporate office about this particular store DO go unheard because the district manager (Steven Weiss) and this store's manager are friends from high school.
04/30/2011
By: dahlgren
Shell
I went there today with my daughter, and the safety never shut off when the car was filled up, so My daughter and I were doused with gasoline ,and I probally lost $2.00 or more of gas on the ground and all over us. Cashier saw it and didn't care about it, so I'll never go back to the Shell station there again. Needs more people who care working there.
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Drivers must shut their engine off before pumping gas because it's illegal to fuel with the engine running, even though this law isn't always aggressively enforced. Pumping gas with the engine running can compromise your safety. When your car's engine is running, it's possible for its catalytic converters to generate heat that could ignite gasoline, and start a fire.
Even though many gas stations have warnings advising you not to use your cell phone while fueling, the chances of cell phones igniting a gasoline vapor fire are extremely remote. However, fires at the gas pump may be caused by static electricity discharge. For safe fueling, it's recommended that you turn off your car's engine and avoid smoking at the pump. Also, you should never re-enter your vehicle while refueling.
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