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Hull West services


A63 westbound between the M62 and the Humber Bridge

Signposted from the road? westbound only


HU14 3LN

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Two sites located between junctions, with no public connection between them.

A pair of petrol stations on the A63 close to Hull, providing the facilities missing from the nearby Humber Bridge picnic area.

Only the westbound side is signposted as a petrol station. In fact, the unsigned eastbound side is very easy to confuse with the Beverley exit, positioned right behind it.


Main Amenities: westbound only: Showers Charging Points: eastbound only: Electric Highway Forecourt: westbound only: BP, Sewell on the go, Costa Express, f'real Milkshakes, Rollover, Stone Willy's Kitchen, Tango Ice Blast, Yorkshire Tea, AdBlue4You, Jet Wash, Free Cash Machine
and eastbound only: Esso, Londis, Costa Express, AdBlue4You

Parking Prices


First 2 hours free for all vehicles, after which cars and vans must pay £10 for 24 hours. HGVs are charged at £15 for 24 hours or £17 to include a £5 food voucher.

Prices are paid in the shop, and can be paid using GBP, Euros, using fuel cards or SNAP.

This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.


Limited customer parking is available for cars.

This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Petuaria Way
North Ferriby
East Riding of Yorkshire
HU14 3LN

🌍 Operators (Official Websites):

Trivia and History

Both petrol stations were built in the mid-1990s. The eastbound side has a large abandoned area positioned immediately to the west of it - it looks like this had been used as lorry parking until about 1998.

The westbound side still has a lorry park in the equivalent position. In 1996, the owners received permission to turn the lorry park into a hotel and drive thru diner, but this wasn't taken forward.

The westbound side has been branded Burmah and Total, and the eastbound side Murco and Jet.

In 1999, a plan to turn the abandoned eastbound land into a Lexus showroom was refused. In 2019, 23.5 Degrees applied for planning permission to turn it into a Starbucks drive thru. This would have been designed to leave space for the rest of the land to be developed. The plan attracted concern from Highways England, who these days insist that new developments have lengthy exit roads, and it was withdrawn.


Grand Dale (westbound, 2 miles)
West Cave (8 miles)
Services on the A63none