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Comment posted Luss Estates opens unmanned 24 hour filling station in Luss car park – and Arrochar Mountain Rescue was first user by Lundavra.

But I can’t see many people wanting to drive on the remote roads in Argyll in a battery powered car especially with the long diversions that can suddenly appear for various reasons.

Lundavra also commented

  • There are a number of (council?) subsidised unmanned pumps in Highland Council area but it is mainly because it is not economic to run the filling station otherwise and for the benefit of local people in remote locations.
  • But are any of those 24 hour?

    You can also get people setting out with enough fuel to reach their destination but then diverted for some reason and finding that they might only just have enough so would feel happier with a couple more gallons in the tank.

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