Shell stations remain open to serve you
Your safety and health is our priority. We remain open to serve you amid COVID-19 developments.
Our service stations are in the Essential Services category and will continue operating throughout the period of the “circuit breaker” measures.
Our priority is the safety and health of our people and customers. We have stepped up precautionary measures in line with government advisories to keep our service stations clean and safe. These measures include:
- Additional cleaning of our stations, including pumps, convenience stores and toilets
- Implementation of twice-a-day temperature screening for our service champions
- Placement of floor markers in our stores to observe social distancing when queueing
- Availability of hand sanitisers in our stations
From 12 May, we have implemented SafeEntry for everyone at our service stations in line with the government’s measures to facilitate contact tracing. Customers can do their part by checking in and out using the displayed QR code. Please approach our service champions if you require assistance.
For more information and updates, please see Shell’s response to COVID-19.
Caring for your car or bike
Will my fuel be ok after the circuit breaker? How long will my fuel last in my fuel tank?
Should I drain my fuel tank before leaving my vehicle?
Is there a difference between fuels grade in terms of stability?
What can I do to help the fuel in my tank during the circuit breaker?
Should I add an after-market additive to my fuel in my tank to make it more stable during the circuit breaker?
Checking your car or bike after circuit breaker
I won’t be using my car at all during the circuit breaker what do I need to do?
Do I need to check my engine oil or transmission oil after the circuit breaker?
Will my brakes be ok after the circuit breaker?
Do I need to check my coolant after the circuit breaker?
Will my battery be flat after the circuit breaker?