HESPERIA, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Rebel Oil Company is geared up to enhance its presence in Hesperia with the introduction of a planned cardlock station.
The decision came into the spotlight during the City of Hesperia Development Review Committee meeting on Wednesday, January 24, where the proposed construction of a cardlock gas station was a key point of discussion.
Cardlock fueling stations are specialized setups catering primarily to large commercial vehicles. These stations are engineered to offer ample space, allowing for easy navigation and handling of sizable trucks.
Not only do they offer enhanced efficiency, but they are also a more economical choice when compared to conventional retail fuel outlets. Accessible round-the-clock, cardlock stations are fully automated and operate smoothly without the necessity of personnel present on the premises.
The Hesperia facility, intended to occupy a 1.3-acre site within the Service Commercial (C3) zone, will feature 10 fuel pumps under a 3,556 square-foot canopy.
It will be conveniently situated at the southwest corner of Eucalyptus Street and I Avenue, at the address 17671 Eucalyptus Street, at the company’s current Hesperia Bulk Plant site, known as the old Goodspeed Facility.
Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, Rebel Oil Company is a family-run enterprise with deep roots dating back to when its President and Founder, Jack Cason, opened the first Service Station in the pulsing heart of Las Vegas, Nevada.
This initial step was the beginning of what has grown into an expansive chain of convenience stores and gas stations underpinned by a robust wholesale petroleum operation.
In 2018, Rebel added to its operations by acquiring the Hesperia facility, which boasts an impressive bulk oil facility with a storage tank capacity surpassing 45,000 gallons – catering to a diverse range of needs with products including motor oils, hydraulic oils, and racing fuel.
Once completed, the Hesperia cardlock station will join the company’s existing network of four cardlock facilities located in Nevada and Arizona.
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