Gas stations have kept Canadian motorists moving since the first gas station in Canada opened in June 1907 in Vancouver. According to the Canadian Fuels Association, there are 11,934 retail gasoline stations in Canada today, or 3.1 per 10,000 Canadians, and there are 96 distinct brands of gasoline.
Nowadays, almost all gas stations feature self-serve pumps. Fuels are highly flammable, and the risks associated with allowing drivers to pump the petrol they need into their vehicles poses a danger to life and property. Gas station owners need to safeguard themselves against the potential hazards they face with a customized gas station insurance policy.