Tesco Filling Station is located at 9 Stirling Rd, Centre, Rawcliffe, York YO30 4XZ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Tesco Filling Station and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Daniel Brookes

3 Google Rating

As good as any other Tesco petrol station. Staff are always friendly.

3/ 5

As good as any other Tesco petrol station. Staff are always friendly.

Declan Sweeney

5 Google Rating

I get served here quickly and not expensive

5/ 5

I get served here quickly and not expensive

Jonny Pattenden

4 Google Rating

Quality low prices with exceptional service

4/ 5

Quality low prices with exceptional service

Derek Metcalfe

5 Google Rating

First class . Super efficient

5/ 5

First class . Super efficient

Lianne Brigham

5 Google Rating

I never use the pay at the pump choice but I prefer to human interaction to be honest and the staff

5/ 5

I never use the pay at the pump choice but I prefer to human interaction to be honest and the staff are always very friendly. Be aware though that they are upgrading their petrol pumps so will be closed for 6 weeks in 2019.

Glenn F

1 Google Rating

Not currently open 24 hours as stated.. i get there befor work at 5.25 ish and it is all coned off s

1/ 5

Not currently open 24 hours as stated.. i get there befor work at 5.25 ish and it is all coned off so cars cannot enter the forecourt, there has been no notification on the change of hours that i have seen and the website still states 24 hour opening

Chris Kerr

1 Google Rating

Never has premium fuel. Avoid if you want momentum. No other tesco station seems to have issues like

1/ 5

Never has premium fuel. Avoid if you want momentum. No other tesco station seems to have issues like this one.

Jay Kistasamy

2 Google Rating

This place is never fully operational. They run out of fuel, receipt printers dont work and they shu

2/ 5

This place is never fully operational. They run out of fuel, receipt printers dont work and they shut down half the pumps in the late evening. However prices are good.

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