Fuel Cards for your Fleet

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Why choose the Linxio Fleet Card for your business?

Acceptance

Fleet Card acceptance is over 90% of fuel sites across Australia

Control

Direct integration with Linxio means you have full control

Streamline

One monthly consolidated tax invoice to simplify your accounting

Savings

Everyday fuel savings from our nationwide network of fuel sites and partners

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Commercial fuel fleet cards are designed keeping business fleet vehicles in mind that seek to avoid percentage charges on credit card transactions including theft risk. The ideal case scenario for companies using fuel fleet cards are the ones that invest heavily on vehicles like transport, haulage and courier services.

Such companies target fuel fleet cards to attain significant and notable savings on current fuel price and operational costs. However, in a generic scenario, a fuel card can provide fuel at wholesale price as opposed to standard retail. Depending on how frequently a fuel fleet card is used, substantial savings apply when deemed usable.

Fleet cards provide the end-user with the knowledge about the fuel consumption, the accurate usage so that one can track fuel expenses with ease. Fleet cards also promote ownership through unique tags based on the allotment across end-users.

Fuel consumption plays a pivotal role in the fleet’s operating costs and tracking fuel consumption usage can help a business figure ways of keeping the functioning budgets optimum through a controlled environment. Fleets that implement the use of fleet cars tend to develop systems that help keep the fuel consumption low through route optimisation and synchronised delivery and dispatch.

A fleet management software integrated with a fleet card makes the best use of data collated and puts it to good use for better efficiently run fleet vehicles.

Tracking fuel consumption through a fleet management software is driven by several factors that include the type of fuel being put into vehicles, cost of fuel being bought, the amount of fuel being put into a given vehicle, the current odometer reading on the vehicle in question, the driver ID and the time and the location of the fuel purchase.