'A 24-hour Deliveroo-style app that fills your car up with fuel while you sleep is coming to a street near you.
Drivers can order fuel via the Zebra Fuel app any time of day or night and have someone top up their tank within minutes.
Backed by the founders of Zoopla, Lastminute.com and Amazon Video's predecessor LoveFilm, the brains behind the new idea aim to replace every petrol station in the country - despite not selling cigarettes, newspapers or snacks.
Similar to Deliveroo and UberEats, there is a delivery charge, which ranges from £2.99 off peak to £3.99 during busy periods.
The app only works in London and currently can only cater to diesel drivers - although engineers claim a petrol service will be ready soon.
Co-founder and CEO Reda Bennis said: 'We're like a Formula 1 pit stop for your car, van, truck or coach.
'We can also do fuel deliveries through the night, so customers can wake up to a full car outside their house or a depot of fully-fuelled vehicles and not have to waste their own precious time.
'Ultimately, our goal is to replace the petrol station and in doing so make filling up your car faster, cheaper, less harmful to the environment, and hassle-free.'
Mr Bennis and fellow founder Romain Saint Guilhem confirmed the company raised $2.5m (£1.8m) ahead of the service launch on Monday.'
Read more: Is this the end of the petrol station? 24-hour Deliveroo-style fuel service - backed by founders of Lovefilm, Zoopla and Lastminute.com - fills up your car while you sleep
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