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Old 04-01-2014, 12:04 PM   #1
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Pacific Pride Membership Questions

I see where Pacific Pride (PP) has many card-lock fueling stations in the British Columbia and West Coast, where I wish to travel this summer. I also am aware you need to set up an account with a Pacific Pride Franchisee. My questions are:

1. Does it matter which franchisee and do you have a recommendation? I'd like a franchisee that accepts RVs, does not add a fee for fueling at other locations then their own and will accept credit card billing.

2. I see where Pioneer Fuel is RV friendly, but their web site does not have a member login. I would like to have web viewing of my account with hopefully some great features on the website. Does all PP users log into pacprideonline.com ? Or to the franchisee that the account is with?

3. Does the PP stations have DEF?

4. Does it matter which card type you get?
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We travel up and down the West Coast and use Pilot and Flying J. One card for both. They do have DEF. We don't use DEF but they have it at the pump and can purchase inside the store also.
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I too use Pilot and Flying-J and have their card. My trip through British Columbia and down uS 101 & the Pacific Coast Highway has very few Pilots or Flying-J's. But the are many Pacific Prides. I would like to sign up with PP for safety reasons. I see where many RV'ers on other RV forums have used PP, but their threads are old and do not answer my question.
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We will get a Pacific Pride and use it down the coast. You are correct P Fj are not readily available on the coast. We used another card but they went out of business.
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