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Would like to know typical voltage and amps for the main service of 7-eleven style stores, with and without accompanying gas station?
 
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There's no 'one size fits all' answer, it would depend on many things such as whether the convenience shop has a bakery etc.
 

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Would like to know typical voltage and amps for the main service of 7-eleven style stores, with and without accompanying gas station?
As far as voltage goes it should be 240/120vac and as far as the size of the service needs to be at a minimum of 400 amps. As @Marvo stated there is not enough info. You should have engineered drawings on a job like that tell you the voltage and amperage
 
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