Detour / Road Closed 🚧🚧🚧

UPDATE April 2, 20201
Beginning Friday April 9, 2021 for 45 days (until about June 3, 2021) there is a planned road closure of OH-19 between downtown Oak Harbor and our location. Plan to come to our location from the North, travelling south on State Route 19. Below are three ways to get to our business and avoid the road closures.

UPDATE Nov 1, 2020: The roads that were closed in August 2020 are now open. We are leaving these maps here in case you need to reference them in the future. Thank you for your patience with the construction!

As of Monday August 31, 2020 there is currently a road closure of OH-19 in downtown Oak Harbor and also another one on OH-19 farther North. These are three ways to get to our business and avoid the road closures.


From the East: https://goo.gl/maps/3aAFC8bq4wph8EnW7

Detour from East
From the East: https://goo.gl/maps/3aAFC8bq4wph8EnW7

From the South: https://goo.gl/maps/tK6agLSX7Lqm3cen9

From the South
From the South

From the West: https://goo.gl/maps/zhXBM6rR5PeNu72Q7

From the West
From the West

When is a pressure test (hydrotest) due?

MC 331 cargo tanks less than 3,500 gallons water capacity in dedicated propane service constructed of NQT SA-612 steel: 10 year intervals

Uninsulated MC 331 cargo tanks in dedicated propane service: 5 year intervals

The rule in 49 CFR Β§ 180.407 was amended July 18, 2018 to remove confusion and states β€œthe 10-year inspection period for eligible CTMVs applies from the date the most recent pressure test and internal inspection were performed.” In 2017 that was not clear.

Run all your trucks every year

A cargo tank that has been out of hazardous materials transportation service for a period of one year or more must be pressure tested prior to further use according to 49 CFR Β§ 180.407, so deliver with your backup truck too.

Date Markings

Please check the right date. We sometimes find tanks incorrectly marked with only a β€œretest” date instead of correctly marking the date the test was performed.

Disclaimer: Information is provided for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.