Fri May 17, 2019 4:12 pm
Sun May 19, 2019 1:43 pm
YanisKyr wrote:The fuel prices issue has been recently resolved, so restless me pulls the next step out of the drawer
Currently we have 2 fuels available for the prices feature, named Petrol and Diesel.
My first suggestion is to rename Petrol --> Unleaded which is the correct term, and the one used by all fuel providers in Ireland.
My second suggestion is about "Premium" Fuel versions (for lack of a better term). Some of the fuel providers have started making them available in Ireland since earlier this year (links below). I suggest adding the below. I personally vouch for the "+" version as it's shorter and will keep the price page neat.
1. Unleaded Premium / Unleaded Plus / Unleaded+
2. Diesel Premium / Diesel Plus / Diesel+
So the end result I envision is Unleaded, Unleaded+, Diesel, Diesel+. What are your thoughts?
Circle K Miles Plus: https://www.circlek.ie/miles/milesplus/
Applegreen fuelgood: https://www.applegreenstores.com/fuelgood/
Tue May 21, 2019 8:26 am
world_qf2vjzil wrote:Is there any indication as to how countries like France, whose stations seem to have huge numbers of fuel prices listed on their roadside signs (different per fuel provider), manage the issue or myriad fuel types?
Fri May 24, 2019 7:20 pm
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Fri May 17, 2019 3:27 pm
Mon May 20, 2019 2:57 pm
Thu May 23, 2019 11:57 am
Kurumakun wrote:I think "Premium" would be the most generic and brand-agnostic terminology to use.
In some countries in Europe, "Plus" or "Super Plus" may specifically refer to 98 RON or some higher octane petrol, whereas everything here is 95 RON.
Kurumakun wrote:LPG is still sold in Ireland, and there is an albeit small userbase of cars with LPG conversions. There's a list of sellers here: https://www.mylpg.eu/stations/ireland/list/
Sat May 25, 2019 2:51 pm
Kevintiobraid wrote:Yanis, is there any restriction on the number of characters you can use in the description? I only ask because I checked what descriptions the UK uses, and for premium petrol it is "Super UL"....which suggests that "Super Unleaded" was too long.