Truck and Gas Pump eFueleFuel is making life easier for truckers. This week, eFueling Technologies and QuickQ have joined forces to make it easier for fleets to pay at the pump.

According to Trucking Info, “The two are working together to offer a cardless system in which the entire fueling transaction is activated, managed and tracked through RF Communication.”

Making Life Easier

The system will make fleet fueling operations faster, easier and more profitable for operators. Streamlined eFuel options show great promise for the future.

According the company, “eFueling Technologies offers FuelGuard Payment Terminals. For the last 20 years, FuelGuard has been eFueling’s best selling product. With thousands of units deployed across the United States, Canada and Mexico, FuelGuard is the most reliable and easy-to-use Fuel management systems available. FuelGuard has stood the test of time in all environments, small fleets to Fortune 500 companies, in the Texas sun or the New Jersey snow.”

About eFuel

eFueling Technologies utilizes a line of modular, RF-capable equipment designed to accommodate a wider variety of cards, improve reliability and serviceability, streamlining fuel operations through eFueling, reduce keypad errors and enhance security while easing billing and accountability. From their website:

eFueling has leveraged a long-history serving the fleet fueling industry to develop an innovative line of modular, RF-capable equipment designed to accept a wider variety of cards, improve reliability and serviceability, streamline fueling operations, reduce keypad errors and enhance security while easing billing and accounting. These benefits combine to make fleet fueling operations faster and easier for users and more profitable for operators.

QuikQ technology allows a carrier to directly interface its enterprise software solution to a truck stop fuel vendor’s point-of-sale system, eliminating the need for expensive fleet fuel cards and third-party billing, introducing a host of cost-saving efficiencies between the carrier and truck stop.

 

 

 

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