Get an email every time your fleet stops for fuel?

February 23, 2017 By
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Star Oilco is an Independent Franchisee of Pacific Pride.

Managing a fleet is an orchestra of well organized turmoil.  Your driver’s decision making, unforgiving customer needs, the randomness of traffic all merge into the daily life of a fleet.  Star Oilco can provide you a very simple tool to help you seize control of where, when and who makes fuel purchasing decisions.  The Star Oilco Pacific Pride card can provide an email notification every time fuel is bought notifying your team so that your fuel policy can be managed in real time.

Email notification of who, where, and what fuel was purchased after it occurs.

Many fleets have policies of when and where to fuel.  Avoiding high cost retail pumps, the nearly $.50 fuel higher tax difference for an Oregon fleet buying in Washington state, or if you use wet-hose mobile fueling to save labor and depend on a gallon quantity for a discounted price.  A driver not following your policies is very expensive.

With Pacific Pride’s email notification of all transactions, your team will be in control.    Real time first hand knowledge, not month end audits of the fuel bill.

Regardless of coaching and communicating often drivers have a habit of departing from even the best managed fleet’s policies.  Knowing the moment this happens can make all the difference.  It also has an added benefit of keeping people from even contemplating fuel theft as the transaction and who the offender is will be immediately noted.

Imagine it.  Your driver stops out of route for fuel, shortly after a text from dispatch asks why?   As you discus the fuel stop with the wayward driver, they will forever and always think twice before stopping out of route again.

Know who stopped for fuel now, not the end of the month.

Seize control of your fleet’s fuel.  Get started below.

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