Finding the closest dyed diesel station to refuel your off-road vehicle can be a challenge, so P-Fleet has compiled a list of fueling locations as a service to the commercial driving community.
As scammers attempt new methods to steal card information, it is important for drivers to join forces with fleet managers to create a fraud prevention strategy. Though optimizing your fuel card controls is the first step to securing your fleet, drivers have the opportunity to stop scammers in their tracks by remaining vigilant on the road. Here are some tips commercial drivers can use to reduce fuel card fraud:
That wonderful time of year is here…businesses scramble to dig up old receipts, maximize their deductions, and ensure they’re not leaving money on the table as they submit their final tax filing to the IRS. If you’re feeling the pressure of all this paperwork, it might be time to consider what steps you can take to minimize your stress next year.
According to the FMCSA, truck drivers struggle with obesity at twice the rate of the average American (31% of the average population versus 69% of truck drivers). A combination of unhealthy food and lack of physical activity has a detrimental impact on the human body, but truck drivers can take control of their health by following these travel-friendly tips:
As of December 16, 2017, The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requires that commercial drivers maintain a record of their trips using an electronic logging device (ELD).
According to the FMCSA, the mandate will save the commercial driving industry $1 billion a year via reduced paperwork and labor. Additionally, the FMCSA estimates that new regulations will save 26 lives per year by minimizing driver fatigue. As your company prepares to meet FMCSA standards, here are some guidelines to consider.
Efficiency and cost-effectiveness: These make the difference between a highly successful operation and one that’s just scraping by. Using the Voyager app can help you maximize both.
Nothing hurts a fleet’s bottom line more unnecessarily than fuel card fraud or unauthorized purchases. But you can fight back! Fuel card companies provide solutions to help protect your company, including easy to use online tools that let you monitor charges and quickly spot irregular fueling. If red flags pop up, you can adjust card limits or cancel them altogether – immediately, from anywhere.
CFN is a network of fuel sites designed specifically for commercial fleets. As such, CFN fuel locations offer several advantages for commercial fleets that other stations do not offer. These advantages range from discount fuel prices to locations designed for large commercial trucks. Below, we cover 4 of the biggest advantages you can expect when using CFN locations.
There are a few different ways you can find CFN locations, but none are easier than the CFN site locator app. If you are constantly asking, “where is there a CFN near me," then this free app is perfect for you. It shows you the closest CFN locations and gives you directions by connecting to your phone’s GPS. The app also has the most up to date CFN site information and allows you to narrow your search results based on site features. While the app is fairly intuitive, there are some considerations to optimize your experience on Android and Apple devices.
When used properly, fuel card odometer tracking can be an invaluable tool for lowering your fleet’s operating costs. By recording mileage with every transaction, you can more easily schedule vehicle maintenance, keeping maintenance costs in check. But, more importantly, odometer tracking is essential for creating MPG reports. These fuel card reports allow you to easily spot inefficiencies and fraud so that you can keep costs low. But, to reap these benefits, you need to set up your fleet fuel cards properly.