24-hour petrol stations in Southampton- See the full list – Daily Echo

Fuel shortages and long queues have brought petrol stations to their knees across the country this weekend- and Southhampton is no exception. 

Daily Echo readers shared their frustation with us on Facebook after a shortage of HGV drivers led to several Tesco fuel stations closing due to the lack of fuel.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service also issued a plea for drivers not to store petrol at home amid the crisis.

Multiple reports have said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is considering a major law change that would bring in the army to deliver fuel panic buying continues.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has refused to rule out requesting military assistance with a decision likely to be made today.

The AA has told drivers not to “fill up outside of their normal routines”.

“Even if the occasional petrol station is temporarily closed, others just down the road will be open,” it said.

For the latest closures and other fuel crisis updates, follow our live blog.

Here is a list of your local petrol stations that are open for 24 hours to help you avoid the queues and get through this fuel crisis.

Where can I get fuel in Southampton?

Tesco Petrol Station

Tebourba Way, Southampton SO16 4QE


13 Queensway, Southampton SO14 3BL


Thomas Lewis Way, Southampton SO17 3ED

Applegreen Service Station

Swaythling Rd, West End, Southampton SO30 3AG


Redbridge Rd, Millbrook, Southampton SO15 0LT

BP Petrol Station

170 Portsmouth Rd, Woolston, Southampton SO19 9AQ


Chilworth Roundabout, Southampton SO16 7LQ

BP Petrol Station

123 Bitterne Rd W, Southampton SO18 1AR

BP Petrol Station

M27 Horns Drove, Southampton SO16 8AP


109 Southampton Rd, Eastleigh SO50 5QT

Buy fuel as normal

The government continue to urge the public to buy fuel as normal, and to not panic stock.
A Government spokeswoman said: “There is no shortage of fuel in the UK, and people should continue to buy fuel as normal.

“We recognise the challenges facing industry and have already taken action to increase the supply of HGV drivers, including streamlining the process for new drivers and increasing the number of driving tests.

“We continue to closely monitor labour supply and work with sector leaders to understand how we can best ease particular pinch points.”

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