Unipet service stations not affected by water in gas problem

Service providers Unipet, says its fuel stations are not affected by the problem of water in gas.

A statement by Unipet says, "Unipet CEO, Dexter Riley announced today that the Unipet chain of gas stations remains unaffected by the recent unfortunate gasoline contamination incident. Having reviewed their operations, Unipet would like to reassure its customers that its fuel is not contaminated."

Unipet is serviced directly by Petrotrin.

The company told CNC3 that it recently had a problem with diesel supplied to its service stations that affected some vehicles.

Unipet: We respect decision to end card payments at pumps

Unipet says the decision by fuel operators to discontinue the use of card payments reflects the dire circumstances under which fuel providers operate.

Unipet has issued a statement saying it respects the decision taken by operators.

The following is Unipet's statement:

"Unipet respects the decision of operators to discontinue accepting electronic transactions at their Gas Stations.  

This action reflects the dire financial circumstances which operators face in providing a safe and efficient service to the motoring public and the industrial sector.