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    Yesterday I was going to oil station fueled my car.

    Yesterday I was going to oil station fueled my car.
    Yesterday I was going to oil station to fueled my car.

    Do we need to use preposition "to" after oil station?

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    Re: Yesterday I was going to oil station fueled my car.

    Yes. You also need "the" before "oil station" (which probably should be "gas" or "petrol" station. And 'fueled" should be "fuel".

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