Filling Stations, also known as Gas Stations, Petrol Stations, or Service Stations, have been featured in every game in the Grand Theft Auto series since Grand Theft Auto III. As limited fuel is not a game mechanic in GTA games, they are not interactive, except for in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, where they are used to create molotovs. The pumps can be blown up with a hard collision or gun shots, and some service stations in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto V have accessible interiors.
The prices on Gas Station price boards generally reflect the prices of fuel of the place and era of the game in which they are found. For example, gas prices in San Andreas are $1.34 to $1.49 a gallon, typical for gas in California circa 1992.
- Going, with a filling station in Idlewood, Los Santos.
- Gasso, with a filling station in Dillimore, Red County.
- Tosser, with a fuel pumps attached to The Welcome Pump Bar in Dillimore and a filling station located in Montgomery, Red County.
- Xoomer, with filling stations located across the State of San Andreas.
- Globe Oil, with filling stations located in Suffolk and Algonquin in Liberty City and a filling station in Tudor, Alderney City in the State of Alderney.
- RON, the largest petroleum refining and sales company in Liberty City, with filling stations located in every borough of Liberty City.
- Terroil, with a filling station located in Lancaster, Algonquin - Liberty City.
- Xero, factories located in Alderney.
All featured stations from GTA IV return (minus those in Alderney, due to its absence), as well as several more which are more depots than stations. These can be used to play the molotov minigame, in which fuel is purchased then guided into bottles in order to produce Molotov Cocktails.