A Chevron credit card can indeed be a good option. But before you apply, think of how often you fill up at Chevron. Also, make sure you will be able to pay off the card balance each month. The Chevron Visa card comes with a high APR and if you carry a balance, the interest will accrue fast. If you tend to carry some balance on your credit card, you may want a credit card with lower interest rate. Credit cards from major banks can offer you low interest rates and rewards on all purchases, including gas purchases. For example, the Discover it® Cash Back card may be a good option to earn rewards on gas purchases. You will earn up to 5% cash back in rotating categories each quarter like gas stations and other, plus, 1% cash back on all other purchases. All cash back you’ve earned at the end of your first year will be matched (only for the new cardmembers). So, you could turn $150 into $300.