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Drive in, Fly out!— Company slogan

Red Rocket was a pre-War company that operated a nationwide chain of filling stations for automobiles.


Red Rocket locations appear nationwide, offering fusion and coolant refilling services as well as gasoline and diesel.[1][2] In an effort to reduce waste, the chain awarded an annual Trashbusters Award to Red Rocket stations that demonstrated the greatest year-to-year waste reduction.[3] Coolant was available in at least two varieties, including Coolant A ($103.99 per unit) and Coolant C ($113.99 per unit). Smaller stations, known as Automobile Service Stations were also present in locations throughout Appalachia.[4]

Large Red Rocket stations went beyond the usual vending machines and included complete convenience stores with local and national brands, including Nuka-Cola soft drinks, slushies, tourist pamphlets, and Grey Tortoise cigarettes.[5][6][7] The facilities offered car washing services, frequently bundled with refueling, along with Red Rocket Restaurants that were fully automated and open 24/7.[8][9] Protectrons still present at locations after the war repeat advertisements, such as Red Rocket's family-friendly appeal.[10][11]


Red Rocket stations
Name Game Photo Directions
Andale Fallout 3
On the main street, south of the residents' houses
Bethesda ruins Fallout 3
FO3 RR Bethruins.png
West of the ruins
Big Town Fallout 3
Rockbreakers Last Gas.jpg
Right outside of the town
Car dealership Fallout 3
FO3 RR Corvega 2.png
Northeast of this location
Corvega factory Fallout 3
FO3 RR Corvega.png
To the south of the under the monorail tracks
Friendship Heights Fallout 3
Willys grocer.jpg
West-northwest of the station
Jocko's Pop & Gas Stop Fallout 3
Jockos Pop Gas Stop.jpg
Next to the steel shack
Old Olney Fallout 3
Springvale Red Rocket gas stop.png
A random encounter location
Rockbreaker's Last Gas Fallout 3
FO3 RR Rockb.png
Directly west
Springvale Fallout 3
FO3 RR Springv.png
On the main street
Smith Casey's garage Fallout 3
Smith Caseys garage.jpg
Near an army roadblock
Willy's grocer Fallout 3
Willys grocer.jpg
Across the street
Tenpenny Tower Fallout 3
Fo3 Red Rocket Tenpenny.png
East of the tower, a random encounter location
Atom Cats garage Fallout 4
Atom Cats garage.png
East of Neponset Park
Red Rocket truck stop Fallout 4
FO4 RR Concord.jpg
Near Sanctuary Hills
Fort Hagen filling station Fallout 4
North of Fort Hagen
College Square Fallout 4
FO4 RR College admin.jpg
To the northwest
Big John's Salvage Fallout 4
FO4 RR Big John.jpg
Near the ruined house to the northeast
Natick Banks Fallout 4
FO4 Red Rocket in Natick.jpg
Across from the church
Glowing Sea Fallout 4
Red Rocket Glowing Sea.jpg
In the Glowing Sea
Lexington Fallout 4
FO4 Red Rocket in Lexington.jpg
Next to Slocum's Joe
Nahant Fallout 4
FO4 Nahant (Red Rocket).jpg
On the end of the T intersection by the Nahant Sherrif's Department
Mass Pike Tunnel east Fallout 4
FO4 RR NHM.jpg
To the northwest towards Mass Pike Tunnel east
Cambridge Fallout 4
FO4 RR Kendall.jpg
Located to the east
Quincy Fallout 4
FO4 RR Quincy.jpg
To the west
Neponset Park Fallout 4
Northwest of the park
Easy City Downs Fallout 4
FO4 RR Easy City.jpg
Northwest of the track
Electrical Hobbyist's Club Fallout 4
FO4 RR Electri Hob.jpg
To the north
Egret Tours Marina Fallout 4
FO4 Egret Tours Marina (Red Rocket).jpg
On the docks
Beaver Creek Lanes Fallout 4 Far Harbor
To the southeast
Eden Meadows Cinemas Fallout 4 Far Harbor
Between the cinema and National Park HQ
Southwest Harbor Fallout 4 Far Harbor
On the docks
Nuka-World Red Rocket Fallout 4 Nuka-World
Northeast of the park
Hubologist's camp Fallout 4 Nuka-World
Southwest of Nuka-station
Abandoned Bog Town Fallout 76
F76 Abandoned Bog Town.png
On the north side of Highway 65.
Big B's Rest Stop Fallout 76
FO76 Big B's Rest stop.png
The Mire
Flatwoods Fallout 76
FO76 Flatwoods (Red Rocket).jpg
Near the south side of town
Red Rocket Mega Stop Fallout 76
Ls redrocket.png
Savage Divide
Red Rocket filling station Fallout 76
FO76 Red Rocket filling station.png
Northwest of Vault 63
Seneca Rocks Visitor Center Fallout 76
F76 Seneca Rocks VC 1.png
Along the main road
The Giant Teapot Fallout 76
F76 Huge Teapot.png
Near the roadside attraction
Valley Galleria Fallout 76
FO76 Location misc 27.png
Across from the welcome sign
Sutton Fallout 76
FO76 Sutton Red Rocket 3.png
On the corner of 3rd and Main Streets
Berkeley Springs Fallout 76
Fo76 Berkeley Springs Red Rocket.png
Near the south side of town
Morgantown Fallout 76
FO76 Morgantown Red Rocket.jpg
North end of town, across the street from Morgantown High School
Galveston Fallout 76


  • At Red Rocket stations in the Capital Wasteland, at the base of a fueling station, where the gas pumps would be on an ordinary station, a dirty sign is visible that appears to say "Petroleum spirit. Highly flammable."
  • Red Rocket refueling stations are frequently near mechanic's workshops in the Capital Wasteland.
  • The Children of Atom in Megaton have a Red Rocket-style rocket on top of their church, taken either from one of the refueling stations or from the Springvale Elementary playground.
  • There are usually one or two trash bins and/or Nuka-Cola vending machines to be found in the vicinity.
  • After The Waters of Life quest, several Enclave scouting parties will set up shop near Red Rocket stations in the Capital Wasteland.
  • At an unconfirmed date, Red Rocket had a vault installed underneath their headquarters, also known as Vaultopolis.[Non-canon 1] The vault's location is discovered by the raider, Paula Plumbkin.



  1. Red Rocket protectron: "Red Rocket is the name you trust for nuclear-powered engine coolant."
    (Red Rocket Protectron's dialogue)
  2. Red Rocket protectron: "Would you like gasoline, diesel, or coolant?"
    (Red Rocket Protectron's dialogue)
  3. Trashbusters Award
  4. Appalachia audio tour stations; The Giant Teapot
  5. Red Rocket Protectron: "All Red Rocket slushies are buy one get one free. Try our new Nuka-Cola flavor today."
    (Red Rocket protectron's dialogue)
  6. Red Rocket protectron: "Tourist pamphlets may be found at the cashier counter. Some discounts may be available."
    (Red Rocket Protectron's dialogue)
  7. Poster advertisements
  8. Red Rocket protectron: "Restore your car's shine in our professional car wash. A guaranteed clean at just the right price."
    (Red Rocket Protectron's dialogue)
  9. Red Rocket protectron: "Sit back and relax at our Red Rocket Restaurant. Open 24 hours for your convenience."
    (Red Rocket Protectron's dialogue)
  10. Red Rocket protectron: "Law abiding customers, do not be alarmed. Red Rocket Mega Stop is a family friendly business."
    (Red Rocket Protectron's dialogue)
  11. Red Rocket protectron: "Threats to our family friendly environment must be eliminated."
    (Red Rocket Protectron's dialogue)
  12. Shanghai Sally: Chapter Closed


  1. Fallout: The Roleplaying Game Rulebook p.231: "The ubiquity of Red Rocket and their brand imagery has given it something of a mythic influence over people of the wasteland, turning it into an icon of the safety and prosperity of a vanished age. In Megaton, for example, the Church of the Atom building is topped with a Red Rocket sign scrounged from one station or another. Rumors also circulate of a massive vault, Vaultopolis, built beneath the company’s headquarters building some time before the War. "
  2. ATX Dialogue RedRocketRobot.txt
  3. Fallout: The Roleplaying Game Rulebook p. 230: "Red Rocket got its start before the advent of fusion cells, and the influence of its initial reliance on fossil fuels remained even after it switched over to providing reactor fuel and coolant. By the time of the War, they held a virtual monopoly on the US East Coast, and their iconic stations can still be found in the wreckage of most communities. These range from tiny outposts, little more than a tattered awning over a depleted filling station, to massive truck stops with attached convenience stores and restaurants."
  4. Fallout: The Roleplaying Game Rulebook p. 230: "During its heyday, Red Rocket was highly concerned with its environmental reputation, as a way of differentiating themselves from the rapacious reputation of most energy companies of the time. This resulted in strong customer-care and waste-reduction policies, which were sometimes observed with lethal enthusiasm."
  5. Fallout: The Roleplaying Game Rulebook p. 230: "As the Resource Wars took their toll on the general economy and the energy market in particular, Red Rocket moved swiftly toward robotic staffing. By the time of the War, most of their locations were 100% automated. Some of them continue operating today, despite having no fuel in their tanks or food on their shelves."
  6. The Art of Fallout 4 p. 319: "Red Rocket fuel stations continue to hold a monopoly on the market. While the logo and typeface may evolve, the iconic rocket is a constant design element of the stations."