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When America Turns to GasBuddy, Will Your Stations Be Prepared?
During hurricanes and other disasters, GasBuddy is the trusted source for motorists and emergency responders to navigate shortages and locate stations with fuel. The GasBuddy Emergency Tracker Dashboard was created to provide retailers with the ability to quickly update the status at all of their stations and help manage both distribution and consumer needs during an emergency.

Being prepared for a disaster is a must have, not a nice to have, so this is a complimentary service. To learn more and become “disaster ready”, contact [email protected].


What is the Emergency Tracker Dashboard?
It’s created for the fuel and convenience retailing industry

Tell consumers which stations do (or don’t) have fuel:

  • Upload fuel availability files and provide real-time updates to consumers and emergency responders.
  • Simplify your communication strategy.
Stay Prepared and Inform your Strategy:

  • Easily inform your planning and fuel delivery strategy by accessing crowdsourced outages data.
  • View outages within specific states and DMAs.

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Millions of Motorists Turn to GasBuddy to Locate Fuel During Disasters

#2 MOST DOWNLOADED 2.3 MILLION 47% 75+ MILLION
GasBuddy reached #2 Overall on the Apple App Store during 2017’s Hurricane Irma Number of people who downloaded GasBuddy during Hurricane Irma The highest percentage of Florida gas stations reported without fuel during Hurricane Irma Total downloads of the GasBuddy app

GasBuddy is a company that connects drivers with their Perfect Pit Stop. As the leading source for crowdsourced, real-time fuel prices at more than 150,000 gas station convenience stores in the U.S., Canada and Australia, millions of drivers use the GasBuddy app and website every day to find gas station convenience stores based on fuel prices, location and ratings/reviews. GasBuddy’s first-of-its-kind fuel savings program, Pay with GasBuddy, has saved Americans more than $3.6 million at the pumps since its launch in 2017.