Shell Locations & Hours Near Lakeland, FL -
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  • 1.Shell

    3730 Airport Rd


    5.16 mi

  • 2.Shell

    850 County Line Rd


    6.62 mi

  • 3.Shell

    8324 Us Highway 98 N


    7.85 mi

  • 4.Shell

    7250 Us Highway 98 N


    6.75 mi

  • 5.Shell

    1705 Bartow Rd


    1.93 mi

  • 6.Shell

    125 N Combee Rd


    2.69 mi

  • 7.Shell

    2225 S Combee Rd


    3.04 mi

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By: Julia S.
Phillips 66
The directions led us to nothing there was no gas station at that address. Very unhappy with this...
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By: Tabitha S.
I wouldn't even give it one star after my experience there tonight it was the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen it was 11 pm on a Sunday and a dude came in and all you heard when he opened the doors were loud music I pay and walk to pump my gas and people are jumping around dancing and flapping money in people's faces.
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By: Ted M.
Friendly Assistants are a plus Manager is there to help you out.
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By: Marshall S.
Dirty! Consant turnover. Some of the crew just seems lazy and very unprofessional. Car wash is constantly down, but they never put a sign up to prevent people purchasing and then driving around back. Its sad because i used to really like this place.
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