Fuel prices vary from one petrol station to another, so lack of information can cost you a lot. With Sygic GPS Navigation, you don’t have to worry about keeping your tank full anymore. Just set your fuel type and find the cheapest fuel along your route.
You will never regret paying for overpriced fuel, wondering if there is a cheaper gas station just around the corner. The Fuel prices feature allows you to find the cheapest gas along your route and plan where to fill up.
You don’t have to use a separate application to compare gas prices anymore. Drive with Sygic GPS Navigation to make the best decision where to tank and save some money along the route. Sygic GPS Navigation brings you the most up-to-date information on gas prices in the United States, Canada and Europe*. The information about fuel prices is provided by OPIS, which is one of the world's most comprehensive sources for petroleum pricing and news information.
First, set your fuel type in Menu -> Settings -> Fuel Type. You can choose between Petrol, Diesel, LPG or CNG.
Then you can search for a nearby petrol station by tapping on the search bar and then tapping on the fuel icon. You will see a list of nearby petrol stations and their prices for your fuel type. You can choose the petrol station that suits you the best and navigate directly to it.
When you are navigating, you will be notified about forthcoming petrol stations. Just tap on the fuel icon on the left side of the screen to see the location and prices of the nearby gas stations. Then you can easily add it to your route by tapping on the Add waypoint button.
Please note that you’ll need internet connection to use this service; the prices are updated frequently so that you always know which petrol station offers the best price.
The Fuel prices feature is part of the Premium packages, you can get it by purchasing one of our Lifetime licenses.
*Countries included in the service: USA, Canada and Europe (Austria, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece – more European countries coming soon)