Category: Fuel Management
Tags: fuel management, fuel card
Linxio has partnered with Fleet Card, which is one of the most widely accepted fuel card providers in Australia to offer exclusive discounts and partner benefits. Fleet Card comes with a discount on your fuel purchases, no administration fees and the ability to integrate with the Linxio software platform, allowing you to keep a centralised source for all fleet data.
Access to 5,700+ fuel sites which equates to over 90% of fuel sites across Australia.
Offer the optional service of roadside assistance to your drivers.
Assured savings per litre at Shell and Coles Express including other fuel sites within our nationwide fuel network all across Australia.
No More Receipts
One consolidated monthly ATO approved tax invoice, no need to keep fuel receipts.
WEX Motorpass cards are accepted at over 93% of the fuel sites across Australia. In addition, they can be used for
payment with non fuel merchants for serving , tyre change, parking and other related services. More details on
acceptance can be found here: https://www.motorpass.com.au/using-your-card/where-can-i-use-my-card
Customised options are available however the standard card controls are:
- Fuel and oil only (F/O)
- All vehicle expenses (A/V)
- All products (ALL)
Cards do not need to be activated and customers can start using them as soon as they arrive, unless a PIN is required on the card, then the PIN will need to be set before first use.
If you do not pay your account in full by the due date, you are in default and we may charge your account a late payment charge. The late payment charge is an administration fee on the overdue amount, refer to https://www.motorpass.com.au/media/2241866/wex-motorpass-fee-schedule.pdf for more information.
If you cannot pay your account by the due date please call us on 1300 366 109.
You can pay your WEX Motorpass account by:
- Direct Debit
- Cheque (written to WEX Australia Pty Ltd)
- Credit Card (MasterCard and Visa @ 1.3% surcharge & Amex @ 2.1% surcharge)
Yes, transaction limits can be tailored for each card with different card controls set on each card or controls can be
applied at an account level to create the same controls across all cards.
Each time the card is used outside of the set limit the account holder will receive an email to inform them of the
attempted or actual breach. If the account holder has opted to decline transactions that do not adhere to the card
limits, the transaction will decline at the point of sale.
When a card with mandatory odometer reading is swiped for the first time at the service station, the system will
prompt the service station attendant to record the odometer reading. This becomes the initial reading and is shown on the invoice accordingly.
Only Woolworths Rewards shopper dockets are accepted and can be used in conjunction with the WEX Motorpass cards. Please note that Coles shopper dockets are not accepted.
Commercial fuel 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-fleet 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.
Fleets that implement the use of fuel cards 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 to run fleet vehicles more efficiently.
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.