For businesses that are considering a fuel card program, the term CFN has probably come up in searches and conversations. For fleets of all sizes, this is one of the most popular fuel card options to consider. It supports businesses along the West Coast and provides discounts at over 3,000 locations. To learn more about how a CFN fuel card program can save you time and money, reach out to P-Fleet today!
To support our clients who are constantly on the road, we have compiled a full list of the CFN Locations in Oregon, along with the products they carry. We recommend bookmarking this page on your mobile device so you have constant access to this reference, and turning your phone on its side for optimal viewing. You can also use the link on the right of each location to access it in your Google Maps app. Here are the definitions of the abbreviations used below:
Finding the closest station to refuel your off-road vehicle can be a challenge, so P-Fleet has compiled a list of fueling location for off-road and dyed diesel as a service to the community.
The CFN Network is one of the largest commercial fuel programs in the United States, providing access to discount fuel sites along the West Coast. Though it saves companies money by offering cost-plus or retail-minus pricing at its sites, the CFN program can be problematic for companies that operate outside of the western states. To fix this, the company created its CFN Fleetwide card, which provides the best of both worlds. Customers who opt into the Fleetwide program gain access to both CFN sites and over 57,000 gas stations and truck stops across the country. Here are the key items that differentiate the CFN Fleetwide program from the West Coast-only version:
The Commercial Fueling Network (CFN) is a collection of fuel sites designed specifically for commercial fleets. As such, these locations offer several advantages for businesses that other stations do not offer. These advantages range from discount prices to locations designed for larger vehicles. Below, we cover four of the biggest advantages you can expect when using these sites.
While there are many differences in service levels and pricing between fuel vendors, the ultimate product is largely the same regardless of the middlemen. There are strict federal guidelines that all retailers must follow to provide quality fuel, and the additives introduced by each retailer must comply with strict percentage guidelines set by the US government. Here is some information to help your company feel confident in using CFN fuel!
The CFN Network is a group of companies that own cardlocks (commercial fuel sites) and issue the proprietary CFN fuel card. In addition to cardlocks, there are many gas stations and truck stops that accept the CFN card. This program is an ideal fit for commercial fleets operating on the West Coast, as there is an abundance of locations in California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Idaho, and Nevada. Here are some commonly asked questions to help you determine whether the program is right for your company:
To support our clients who are constantly on the road, we have compiled a full list of the CFN Locations in California, along with the products they carry. We recommend bookmarking this page on your mobile device so you have constant access to this reference, and turning your phone on its side for optimal viewing. You can also use the link on the right of each location to access it in your Google Maps app. Here are the definitions of the abbreviations used below:
Once your company determines that the CFN fuel card is the right fit for your fleet, it is extremely easy to start the application process. We’ve outlined the steps we use to get a new account up and running so you’re aware of the approval process and timelines as you start your application. If you have any questions throughout this process, please reach out to your Account Representative. Here are the basic steps to complete the CFN Application Process, with more details below:
Whether you use the CFN or Fleetwide card, which also includes access to the Commercial Fueling Network sites, it’s important that you’re able to easily find compatible locations along your routes. These locations are part of the largest cardlock network nationwide. These sites are designed for larger vehicles and often include high-speed dispensers with satellites, wider fueling lanes without truck restrictions and 24 hour access, making them a preferable option for many fleets. Below are some easy ways to locate sites.