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Fuel cards decrease petrol and administrative expenses

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The team got a range of pricing for me. I could compare and make a decision on the best deal. Suppliers were fighting for my business!

Robert C, Mar 2016

What are Fuel Cards?

On average, a business with 5 vehicles can purchase around 15,000 litres of fuel a year. This expense, direct for petrol as well as indirect for tracking the transactions behind the purchase, are often immense. Fuel cards can help to reduce it by being used as a payment method at petrol stations.

Similar to credit cards, they are a cashless payment method that is not debited directly but after a certain period. After filling up a vehicle, your drivers will simply present the fuel card to the cashier. Every week, your fuel card company will send you an invoice listing all purchases made by your drivers. The amount due is automatically transferred in a single transaction using direct debit.

In general, there are two types of fuel cards. Using fixed price cards, you will be charged a petrol price that is set once a week and usually lies about 2-3 pence below the average pump price. Using a pump price card, you will be charged the price shown at the petrol station. Besides this major difference, fuel cards differ regarding network size, pricing, online services, and additional services like dedicated account managers and fleet management reports. Many fuel cards also offer additional services such as fuelling limits, price notifications, account management and reporting on your fuel expenses. All can aid your business in managing and optimising your fleet.

Fuel cards differ among a set of aspects. Just the way businesses differ, there is no single best fuel card. Instead, choose the fuel card that suits your business requirements perfectly. We can help you with this by analysing your requirements and selecting suitable fuel card suppliers for you.

We identify suppliers that suit your requirements regarding network size and locations, pricing methods and service level. All you have to do is fill the form above. We also provide an easy, uncomplicated and straightforward process that is sure to leave you satisfied.

Benefits of Fuel Cards

  • Only one invoice for your entire fleet, generally per week
  • Allow you to claim paid VAT back without handling every transaction individually
  • Automated administrative process
  • Access to fuel at discounted prices
  • Using fixed price fuel cards, you are protected against rising petrol prices
  • Minimized risk of theft or fraud
  • Control every single transaction in real time and prevent abuse

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