How do fuel cards work? This is a question our team is often asked, due to this we have put together a short introduction to fuel cards, describing what they are and how you can use them.
Table of Contents
- How do fuel cards work?
- Can anyone use a fuel card?
- How to use a fuel card?
- Where can fuel cards be used?
- What are the benefits of fuel cards?
How Do Fuel Cards Work?
Fuel cards work by enabling your drivers to fill up at petrol stations on the Fuelwise network. Instead of having to pay with cash or credit cards, your drivers use their Fuelwise Fuel Card. Your company is then invoiced for the transaction from the previous week and payment is collected by Direct Debit.
Can anyone use a fuel card?
Fuelwise Fuel Cards are used by small and large businesses right across Ireland and the UK, with fleet sizes ranging from 1 vehicle to over 100.
How to use a fuel card?
- Select a fuel station on our network using E-Route
- Fill your vehicle with fuel
- Present your Fuelwise fuel card to the shopkeeper
- You will be asked for your PIN and if you wish to record milage
- The shopkeeper will hand your back and your transaction is complete
Where can fuel cards be used?
With your Fuelwise Fuel Card, you have access to the largest fuel card network in the UK and Ireland, with over 4,700 sites to choose from. Brands part of the Fuelwise network includes Maxol, Texaco, Top Oil, Applegreen, Emo Oil, and large supermarket brands such as Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s. You can find sites using E-Route, our free fuel card site locator tool.
What are the benefits of fuel cards?
Fuel cards provide many benefits, such as cost savings, VAT approved invoices, high quality fuel, increased security, and the ability to link with Telematics systems.
Now that you are aware of how fuel cards work, the next step is to choose a fuel card that is perfect for your business. You can find out more about the Fuelwise Fuel Card and discover the range of benefits you will receive.