Gansbaai Shell (Birkenhead Motors) is conveniently located in the main road of Gansbaai and works closely with its sister company, Gansbaai Caltex (Central Motors). The filling station is powered by Shell V-power unleaded petrol and diesel which is the most engine-friendly and fuel-efficient fuel currently available on the market. Besides topping you up on fuel and oil, the friendly team at Gansbaai Shell will check your tyre pressure and give your windscreen a clean and glossy shine. What is more, you earn money back when you purchase fuel and swipe either your Discovery Insurance or Clicks Club Card. A value added service that Gansbaai Shell offers visitors to the filling station, is a team that can connect you to auto mechanics, auto electricians and tyre experts in the area. Gansbaai Caltex and Gansbaai Shell take turns to stay open until 21:30 during the week and on Saturdays, and 22:00 on Fridays.
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Being in a small town affords Gansbaai Shell the ability to form personal relationships with its patrons, adding an extra element to their customer service. The staff is regarded as family, with a few family members going strong for decades. For visitors to Gansbaai, the petrol attendees are always looking to help their customers with anything they might need. With service comes safety at Shell Motors, and staff are trained in first-aid, fire-safety and firefighting on a bi-annual basis. All of this culminates not to just a stop where you refuel your vehicle, but to an experience worthy of return.
Customer satisfaction is key at Gansbaai Shell, with management always eager to receive feedback from patrons on how they can improve the overall shell experience.
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