Now we just need 3g coverage in remote areas so it works when most needed :-)
I'll second that one but it's probably something that is out of Richard's control. However, 4G is being rolled out at a very rapid rate and the propagation at 800 MHz means a huge geographic area can be covered by a single base station, far more so than the pathetic range of 3G transmitters on 2.1 GHz.
Anyway, to answer the questions:
1. Is that for the sites? Might be useful if somewhere is in the habit of running out so you can call them to make sure they have LPG available.
2. Definitely. Not only for the Calor and Flogas depots but for normal filling stations. One I was using on my way back from Glasgow last year was a Morrisons which was only open until 8pm on a Sunday but 24 hours the rest of the week. Could catch someone out, as it did me.
3. If the map is going to be opened up to include Europe/ROI, it could be useful. Stations close to the channel ports and on the main roads leading away could be useful to those that are heading off to Europe. However, it would also mean we'd get jealous of the Belgians who only have to pay €0.418 per litre.....
4. Why? Not sure what difference it would make and why it is needed.
5. I'm also happy with a sign in with my email address. In fact, I'd be stuffed if I could only sign in with a Google account as I think I created one some time ago because I had to but have never used it since so have no idea what it is.