fuel delivery service near me

You are late and you notice the gas gauge is almost on "E" and there are no gas stations in sight. All of asudden the steering gets tough and the engine stalls, but you pull over safely and calm down. What willyou do then? Call Sprinter Towing and you will be back on your way.

It happens quite often. Whether it is because you got distracted or were running on fumes trying to getto the closest service station, you have run out of gas. It can be a huge inconvenience to anyone's day,but at night or in the cold it can be dangerous. You are in luck. Sprinter Towing drivers can be at thescene with enough gas to get you to the nearest gas station within 30 minutes. Your vehicle runs ondiesel? No problems, we provide that too.

If your car slows to a stop in Winnipeg and its surrounding area because your tank is empty, call SprinterTowing and one of our courteous, professional technicians will fuel you up get you back on the road,quickly and safely, and hassle-free.

If your car comes to a stop because your tank is empty, call Sprinter Towing and we will deliver thatmuch needed fuel to you!

Fuel delivery

Do you need a fuel delivery service?

Sprinter Towing provides Winnipeg with fast and efficient fuel delivery services at prices that cannot be beaten. Our tow truck company specializes in prompt, professional and affordable tow truck services.Do you need fuel delivery now? Have you been searching for “tow truck services”? Or “tow truck near me”? We proudly provide 24 hour roadside assistance and pride ourselves on our quick response time.

Give us a call, sends us a SMS or WhatsApp to (204)500-2420 or use our tow truck request form

FAQ about Fuel delivery and roadside assistance

This is our list of frequently asked questions and answers on the services we provide, such as, fuel delivery, towing, jump start, motorcycle towing, flat tire, flatbed towing, among others.

How to safely store gasoline?

  • Gasoline must be stored in an approved fuel can or tank – usually 20 litres or less. Be sure to leave some room in the container to allow for some expansion
  • Keep gasoline containers tightly sealed and handle them gently to avoid spills
  • Store gasoline at room temperature, away from potential heat sources such as the sun, a hot water heater, a space heater or a furnace
  • Store gasoline in a detached shed or garage – at least 50 feet away from ignition sources, such as pilot lights. Gasoline vapors are heavier than air and can travel along the floor to ignition sources
  • Be sure to check with your local authorities for any additional regulations regarding fuel storage

How to properly store gas to make it last

Gasoline should be kept in an airtight container. You should always label when the gas was purchased and stored. Keep gas in a cool, low-oxygen environment. If your stored gas becomes exposed to high heat and humidity, it can increase the volatility and potential for fire and explosion. For this reason, having a container with more than five gallons of fuel is not recommended.
When you have an automobile, machine or piece of equipment with a full tank that’s idle for a prolonged period, using a fuel stabilizer additive is the easiest, most efficient way to help keep its potency.

Are you looking for a roadside assistance?

Did you accidentally leave your keys inside, get a flat tire or run out of gas? Luckily, Sprinter Towing will be there for you. Our roadside assistance service will provide you with the help you need if you lock yourself out of your car, need a tire changed, a jump start, requested fuel delivery or a towing, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Take a look to our tow truck services