Horrible customer service! Dysfunctional car wash. Brought this to the cashiers attention as my car was covered in pre-wash soap when the car wash suddenly stops and he proceeds to yell at me telling me it's my fault and the car wash is working fine. He insisted I go back thru while he watched and it stopped again so he starts screaming hysterically about how I am moving my car when I clearly didn't move anything. After all this I'm left with dried soap all over my car and he tells me to leave and not to come back. I will GLADLY never return. Very rude and unprofessional and a waste of time and money. Don't bring your business to this disgusting dump of a gas station.
Really nice people in both the Chevron and the Burger King. Very clean and organized, it's a wonderful store, gas station, and Burger King.
They have a car wash at this location so every now & then I fill up and get the Jeep sparkling clean ����
There gas is cheap and there food is cheaper but when your broak it works out kinda good i only use there gas when im broak
Busy station in Sacramento. Chevron tends to be more expensive but their gas is better quality. It's on my way to work that's good too.
The best gas for your vehicle is chevron with techron! I only put two kinds of fuel in my vehicles and chevron in choice 1. This location has a Burger King attached and a good size convenient store!! Nice employees. Propane here also.
Chevron Gas station is always clean, employees there are helpful and it is a very convenient location.
Location close to the freeway and good prices. In and out. Snack shack with cold drinks and hot coffee inside. Arm inside too
Chevron has the best gas for your car. It comes with techron witch makes your car run cleaner and smoother. This place is usually the cheapest best quality has around.
On Feb 22, 2016, at around 2:32 pm, I stopped at store #00210286, to purchase a pack of Swisher Sweets Tip Cigarillos, 5 for $3.00. When I looked at my receipt, the final price was $3.49 plus 0.30 tax total of $3.79. I thought it must be an error since the price on the cigar package was clearly marked 5 for $3.00. So I brought the price difference to the clerk's attention. He told me that the price was $3.49 and not $3.00. I asked how can that be when the price on the package was 5 for $3.00. In a sarcastic tone of voice, he said, "didn't you see the price marked below it says $3.49? I said then the price should be marked on the package as well. And I ended the conversation there and left the store. But on my way out of the store, I heard him tell the other clerk, can't people see the damn price?! I started to turn around and engage him but decided that it would be better to send management a message instead arguing with a store clerk. CC Chevron Cooperate and www.swisher.com