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The laws requiring full service gas stations in New Jersey and Oregon emphasize customer safety, accessibility, jobs and convenience. Full service customers willingly pay more for full service in these states because the... More »

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Attendants at full-service gas stations often check oil and wash windshields in addition to pumping gas. They may also check the level of other liquids, including water and windshield washer fluid. More »

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In 2015, New Jersey and Oregon are the only states that still require full-service gas stations, according to Infoplease. The laws were passed with the intent of protecting gas stations and consumers from costly and dead... More »

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In 2015, New Jersey and Oregon are the only states that still require full-service gas stations, according to Infoplease. The laws were passed with the intent of protecting gas stations and consumers from costly and dead... More »

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The U.S. Census Bureau estimated that there were 114,533 gas stations at the end of 2012. However, the National Association of Convenience Stores estimated that there were 121,658 convenience stores that sold gas in 2013... More »

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To find shutdown jobs in the oil and gas industry, apply at a company that provides workers for shutdown positions. Alternately, search for shutdown jobs on a job board. More »

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The New Mexico Gas Company provides natural gas service to over 500,000 customers in New Mexico as well as a variety of energy-efficiency and cost-reduction programs, pipeline safety planning and public awareness campaig... More »

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