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We all lead busy lives, meaning filling up the car can be inconvenient and occasionally impossible.

Now a new service is coming to the rescue, with petrol delivered directly to your driveway.

On-demand fuel delivery app HaloGo, which has been likened to UberEats, will launch in Australia in March.

“We bring the convenience of a service station to you,” founder Brigid Shute told Sunrise

“I found this concept operating overseas and I just knew we had to make it work in Australia.”

Motorists will park their car in an accessible place, order on the mobile app, leave the petrol flap open and will receive a mobile notification when the tank is full.

The petrol price will be determined by the average cost of the eight nearest service stations, plus a $8.50 delivery fee.

“It was really important to us not to add on extra cost to the fuel, so we do charge a small service fee but if you book a regular fill, that service fee comes down.”

HaloGo will distribute Vortex petrol from Caltex, including Vortex Premium 95, Vortex Premium 98 and Vortex Premium Diesel.

Source @7News.com.au