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Supermarket gas stations - discount gas stations found at some supermarkets (Albertsons, Kroger, and Vons), convenience stores (7-Eleven), mass merchandise stores (Wal-Mart) and membership warehouse stores (Costco, Sam's Club, and BJ's). Some such stations require a special membership card to receive the discounted gasoline price.
Credit remaining - the positive balance or amount remaining in a person's account.
ISO 7810 - an international standard that defines three formats for identity or identification cards, ID-1, ID-2, and ID-3.
Service station (U.K.) - a much larger facility than a U.S. service station, usually attached to motorways or major trunk routes, which provide food outlets, large parking areas, and shops.
Discount brands - usually smaller regional gas station chains or independent stations that offer lower prices on gasoline.