Find a gas station

Post by Mark

I found out about this app from His&Hers and I think it’s pretty practical. We don’t have a lot of gas stations in Kuwait so they’re a lot harder to find when you really need one. Now the next time you’re hitting empty you just launch the app and look for the closest station to you. The app is called KNPC and it’s available in the App Store for free. [Link]

Thanks His&Hers


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  1. Marzouq says:

    At last there is something like this, lets see how good it is!

  2. MM66 says:

    I really don’t understand why there are not minimarts at gas stations in Kuwait. Even whilst driving through Morocco, they had mini-marts at gas stations. I love to go to the gast station in Dubai, because not only can I go to the mini-mart, eat BK/MCdonalds, but I could wash my car, fix my car and have the smiling gas station attendent wash my windshield.

  3. yaryoor says:

    Is this app available for android devices?

    if not, i just like to explain something ..

    The total number of Androids has reached 135 million and at this rate it will cross 200 million well before the year is out.

    it’s market is really expanding worldwide, and app makers plz count android in !!

    Mark .. kindly create a blog application for androids and not focus on iphone.

    thank you

  4. Bu Yousif says:

    OMG! i was thinking about an app to find the nearest gas station near The Avenues,,, : ” >

  5. Mark says:

    I need an app similar to this for the avenues, one that will help me find the closest garbage bin

  6. Burhan says:

    Does it tell you what type of gas is available at the station too?

    Because as far as I know, only the gas station at the Bayan/Salwa exit (302) from 30 has the Euro spec gas.

  7. Ahmad says:

    Ya i have a problemwith some stations like abdullah al salem where they dont offer ultra – for gods sake 90% of the people who live there use ultra -_- (i wont count the 3agads that come here to flirt , most dont have a single dinar in there pockets)


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