Notes on the Geography of Mexico: Guanajuato: Photo 11
Stores like these imply shoppers who drive, which at least partly explains highways like this and gas stations to match.
Anyone who grew up with the Pemex monopoly, however, is likely to see a Shell (or BP or Exxon or Chevron) station and think that he has to go easy on the hard stuff. These stations began popping up after 2014. Most aren't new. Nearly all Pemex stations were private to begin with, and about 2,000 of a total of 12,000 stations switched flags, even though they continue to be supplied by Pemex.
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