The areas are Salaga, Savelugu and Sakasaka and are to offer exclusive services to motorcyclists.
A release issued in Accra said, “These new and exclusive motorbike fuel service points are located away from the regular vehicle fuelling points at the forecourt providing more space, safety and comfort for riders.
Additionally the space offers a separate canopy that provides shade and shelter to our motorbike customers when they are filling up.”
The release quoted the Managing Director of Vivo Energy Ghana, Mr Ebenezer Faulkner, as saying that “Vivo Energy Ghana is a company committed to continuous innovations to deliver new and exciting products and services that offer convenience to our valued customers, and that are specific to their needs”.
“Vivo Energy Ghana constructed these motorbike fuelling points to offer motorcyclists a space that is specifically dedicated to them. We have considered the unique needs of our motorbike customers and designed a special fuelling point, just for them,” it said.
It said last year, Vivo Energy Ghana built 24 Shell service stations across the country to meet the diverse needs of customers looking for a high quality retail experience.
According to the release this year, the company has ambitious plans for more rapid expansion to bring its high quality products to the widest clients and set new benchmarks for innovation, convenience, service and reliability wherever the company operates.
In that regard, it said two new Shell service stations were opened in Gurugu and Chakpag.
The release said, Mr Faulkner also used the opportunity to educate motorcyclists on some road safety tips.
He stated that motorcyclists should invest in good gear by wearing durable non-slip gloves, boots that cover their ankles, and a correctly fitting helmet for all riders.