Fuel Receipt maker allows you to replace lost or forgotten gas receipts.

(Updated 27/Nov/2018 - Now Allows Date and Time Change!)

How many times have you paid for fuel and forgotten to get a receipt for your gas, or forgotten where you put the receipt? There probably aren't many stations that will help you replace lost gas receipts either, but that's not a problem anymore. Although this Gas Receipt Maker might be a best guess solution, it's still better than accepting a total loss when you're paying up front for your gas and need to be reimbursed. Just complete the forms to the best of your recollection. You should be able to find the gas station's address and phone number with a quick web lookup. Taxes are included in the fuel price so it's probably not critical to enter those fields. Taxes can be omitted by entering a zero in the tax rate fields. Otherwise, you'll need to know what your state or provincial tax rates and federal tax rates on gas are. In Canada, the taxes are typically 5 percent federal HST/GST and 6 or 7 percent provincial PST. Again, that information should be available online. If you're not sure what to enter in any of the form fields, just leave those empty and submit the form. The gas receipt maker will return any error messages along with suggestions or examples on what you should enter or how to format the entered information. You can also look at any other gas receipts you may have to assist you in entering the correct information.

Gas Receipts Maker

Calculate Fuel Totals First

Price From Quantity:

Quantity From Price:

Results from the Price and Quantity forms above will be shown here and will also be automatically entered into the Receipt Maker forms.

Gas Station Details

Fuel Purchase Details

Receipt Preview

Your Receipt Or Any Errors Will Be Displayed Here.

To receive help with any field, leave the field blank and submit the form. Note the examples suggested in the error message output.

Example Receipt
Gas Receipt Preview Image

Did you know, you can split the total amount and pay by both credit card and cash at the same time? If the total paid by cash and CC exceeds the Total owed, Change Due is automatically calculated.   For example: Total Owed = $65.30 ; Paid by CC = $60 ; Paid by Cash = $10; Change due = $4.70. *NOTE: CC amount can not exceed the Total amount owed. If you fail to reduce the CC amount, the full Cash amount becomes Change Due and makes your receipt look totally silly. When using Cash Pay, the amount should be a Rounded Amount higher than the Remaining Total amount owed (in typical paper money denominations, 1,5,10,20,50), or it should be the Exact amount owed. eg: if the Remaining Total owed is $52.60, the Cash payment should then be $52.60 or $55.00 even. Common sense currency usage should be employed in any case.