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Where can I use my fuel card?

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Why use a fuel card?

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How do fuel cards work?

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What is a fuel card?

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How do I review my billing cycle and pay ...

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LesniakSwann, Author at Essocard
  • Pricing is an indicative figure of how much a customer could save per annum using the national or international fuel card provided by WEX Europe Services
  • The pricing does not constitute an offer from WEX Europe Services and does not account for weekly fluctuations in the price of fuel
  • Pricing does not include any surcharges or other transactions for non-fuel items
  • Pricing is isolated only to diesel services and is based upon a weekly fixed price provided by WEX Europe Services against the typical forecourt price in United Kingdom. Actual price savings may vary depending on customer location within United Kingdom and customer agreement.

Every fuel card has a set of network sites where it can be used. This could be either around a particular location in Belgium, nationwide or across several countries. To know where your card can be used, you need to speak to your supplier. Some fuel cards can be only used at filling stations under the same brand. Others can be accepted at multiple branded fuelling stations, so you have access to a wider network of locations.

Find your nearest filling station on E-Route.

 

Business owners can reap significant potential benefits by using a fuel card: reduced fuel costs, increased fleet performance, more efficient route planning, and safer, happier drivers.
The right fuel card for your business gives you a better understanding of what you’re spending and where. You can also add optional extras like toll payments and shop goods to the card, or boost your available network of filling stations with multiple cards, so you can avoid costly route deviations.
They increase the safety and security of your drivers, too, by removing the need to keep track of cash, reimburse individual drivers, or hand over your business credit card to employees. And because invoices are tax-compliant, month-end accounting is much easier and your administrative burden is slashed, giving you more time and resources to focus on growing your business. Take a look at our fuel card benefits for more details for UK or an international fuel card from ESSO Card™.

 

Fuel cards are printed with the company name and vehicle registration. A signature strip is on the reverse. Magnetic strips allow fuel card providers to capture the data on the card’s usage, while a PIN number provides a unique validation method.
Some fuelling stations may check the company, vehicle registration and card signature before allowing drivers to use the fuel card for increased security.
Fuelling activity can be viewed online or in easy-to-read reports. Information such as the vehicle and driver ID, as well as odometer readings, can also be monitored.

 

What is a fuel card and why should you consider having one? A fuel card is a convenient way to pay for petrol, diesel, and other fuels at filling stations. Rather than paying with cash, credit card or cheque, the driver hands over the fuel card instead. The cost of the fuel is logged on the fuel card account. The account holder (usually a business) is then invoiced for all the fuel logged on that account on a regular basis.
Some fuel cards can also be used to pay for vehicle maintenance, expenses and other items, provided the account holder has given permission.
A fuel card is not only a convenient way to pay for fuel, they also provide comprehensive reporting on fuel usage – where, who, how much, for example. You can receive real-time reports and set purchase controls, helping you to stay informed of all business-related expenses.

 

For more information for your business about the benefits of a fuel card from ESSO Card, get in touch with our team today to find out more about our international or UK fuel card.

Go to www.erouteonline.com and select whether you want to find a site near your location or along your route. Then enter the post code(s) or area(s), and click search. You can also download this information to share with drivers. An app is also available for Apple and Android mobile devices – search ‘E-Route’ in the App Store or Google Play Store.

If you manage your account using Velocity, you can submit a transaction query by going to www.transactionquery.com, clicking on the Transaction Query button and filling in the form with your information. Please be aware that there is a charge of £10 (14€) per receipt requested.
You can view reports on Velocity by logging in to your account on WEXVelocity.com and clicking on ‘Fuel Cards’, ‘Reports’ and then selecting a type of report you wish to run. A standard report is more generic such as transaction reports, active card lists, or specific card groups. Advanced reports mean you can select certain products to only show in the report.

You can submit a Transaction Query on Esso Card Online by logging in to EssoCardOnline.com, clicking on Contact Us in the top right-hand corner of the page. Then, fill in the online form by adding your email address in the Reply To box, changing the subject in the drop-down list and typing your query into the comments box and click on Send. You can download a report of your transactions as a CSV file by clicking on ‘Fleet Management’ and amend the dates to your preference. You can also search by card number, product, country, supplier or amount spent/litres purchased.

You can view your billing cycle by logging in to WEX Velocity.com, clicking on ‘Fuel cards’, ‘invoices’ and ‘view all invoices’ and looking at the Invoice Frequency located at the top of this page. You can also see this information by clicking on Invoices, then View All Invoices and using the dates you were invoiced to determine what your billing cycle is. You can also view the date the amount was debited from your account by opening any invoice and looking at the bottom of the invoice you will see the date in bold next to ‘payment terms’.

You can view your billing cycle by logging into EssoCardOnline.com, clicking on eINVOICE and looking at the dates that invoices were sent – this will show how frequently you are billed. You can also view the date the amount was debited from your account by looking at the date next to ‘This invoice is due for payment on the.. ’ in bold towards the bottom of your invoice.