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    The cost of fuel is a constant headache. Fortunately, TrackCompare can help you stay on top of constantly rising diesel and petrol prices.

    How? By helping you switch swiftly and easily to cards offering the best prices as often as you like.

    As the only site to show the latest pricing for each card and the only independent fuel card comparison site on the web, TrackCompare will ensure you are always in possession of the most price-efficient card.

    As we’ve said, changing cards is easy – however, comparing them is easier still with TrackCompare. But do it frequently to save the most.

    In fact, there’s no time like the present. Go ahead – find the best card for your business. Compare now.

    Choose a card, any card!

    As long as you’re eligible* there are a number of different types of card to choose from. For example:

    Oil company cards. Issued by the likes of Shell, BP and others, these fuel cards are normally for use at the companies’ own filling stations. However, some – called tri-cards – can be used at other stations. Although they provide good coverage, a premium is charged.

    Non-oil company cards. The big benefit with these cards – including brands such as Key Fuels, Diesel Direct and All Star – is that they can be used at most filling stations, as well as at some supermarkets.

    To find out more about their coverage in TrackCompare’s free comparison tables – compare now.

    *Keep in mind that fuel cards are basically a type of credit card for buying petrol and diesel. Applicants, who are subject to the usual credit checks, need a good credit history and should be able to show 12 months’ successful trading. Many companies also require a minimum monthly usage of around 300 litres.

    The benefits are clear to see

    Which type of card is right for you? It depends on a number of factors. For example, a pump discount card could be your best choice if your business is in an area where fuel is cheap: however, if it’s expensive a fixed-price card could be preferable.

    Take a look at the chart below and you’ll see that fuel cards provide many more benefits than saving money alone. (Admittedly, the constantly rising price of fuel is a major consideration for all fleet operators!).

     

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    Among other important benefits are:

    Extended credit. Payment is usually taken between two and four weeks after the fuel is bought – automatically improving fleet operators’ cash flow.

    Better security. Fuel cards are restricted to fuel purchase, with one VAT invoice for an entire fleet.

    Quick, accurate VAT claims. With fuel cards the days of collecting receipts from busy drivers are over, ensuring all VAT is reclaimed quickly and easily.

    No contract – no strings

    Normally available without a fixed contract period or spending amount, a fuel card really is your flexible friend, offering you every opportunity to keep on checking you’re getting the best deal available. Remember, too, it’s free to change cards – and, if it suits your purposes, you can always have more than one card. Compare now.

    Find out which cards charge fees, which don’t – compare now

    Some fuel cards charge fees, others don’t. Read on, get the facts – and compare with TrackCompare.

    Annual card fees. As the most common extra charges, annual card fees range from £5 to £20 per card per year. While there is great variation, some cards charge no fees at all. Find out which cards charge annual card fees – compare now.

    Transaction fees. Recently introduced, transaction fees are relatively uncommon. However, they can amount to as much as £2 per transaction regardless of the total litres dispensed. Find out which cards charge transaction fees – compare now.

    Network fees. To improve their network coverage some fuel-card providers often agree to pay extra fees outside their usual filling-station network. Find out which cards charge network fees – compare now.

    Don’t wait, don’t hesitate – compare now

    It costs absolutely nothing to compare fuel cards – yet you could save so much. Don’t wait. Compare now with TrackCompare. Go to the box above.