Non-Ethanol Gas

No Pre-Pay Required for Cash Customers

Stewart’s Shops is one of the few places to allow cash customers to pump gas without requiring pre-pay. We want to make it easy for drivers to fill up their tank –so there’s no guessing how much it will cost.

Premium Non-Ethanol Gasoline

Over 280 Stewart’s Shops locations are now offering Premium Non-Ethanol Gasoline. Premium Non-Ethanol Gasoline can improve mileage, provide better performance and safer operation for classic cars and recreational vehicles, such as snowmobiles, boats, and motorcycles, as well as lawn and snow equipment. It’s also more stable for long term storage, and less destructive to engines and fuel systems.

Additional varieties:

  • Diesel
  • Kerosene
  • Propane

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Free Air!

You can always count on us to fill up your tires for free! Just another way we make your life easier! Keeping your tires at the correct air pressure is good for the tires and your gas mileage. Learn more about tire safety and maintenance from AAA

Car Care & Accessories

We may not be your full service garage, but we are a quick stop to help you in between! Windshield washer fluid, brake fluid, motor oil, engine oil, antifreeze, plus many other car care items and accessories are available at our shops. We are closer to you – and your car!

Fuel Taxes

Do you know what you are really paying for when you fill up at the pump? You may be surprised to learn just how much is taxes! Here’s a look at how it breaks down:

New York

New York State Tax
Regular – 43.40¢/gal | Diesel – 42.90¢/gal

Federal Excise Tax
Regular – 18.4¢/gal | Diesel – 24.4¢/gal

Sales Tax (county & state)
Regular – 20¢/gal | Diesel – 20¢/gal


Vermont State Tax
Regular – 30.46¢/gal | Diesel – 32¢/gal

Federal Excise Tax
Regular – 18.4¢/gal | Diesel –  24.4¢/gal

*No county or state tax in VT

See how other states compare

Seasonal Blends & Price Swings

You may notice gas prices head up in the springtime, and there’s a good reason. That’s the time of year when the government requires us to transition to a summer-blend of gas. It is a cleaner burning fuel that limits air pollution in the warmer weather. But it’s also more expensive – by about 15 cents a gallon versus the winter version. The change starts at the refineries and then at terminals, where we get our gas from. The summer blend gas is phased into our shops during the April and May months – so some see the increase before others. All gas stations cannot buy the cheaper Winter blend after April 30th. The transition back to the winter blend starts in the fall. Learn more about the difference between summer and winter blend gasoline from AAA