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Fuel Management

Introducing FleetAdvance from Comdata

Posted on May 9, 2013   |   1132 views

Smart fuel decisions can result in significant savings for your fleet.  However, when you analyze fuel purchases, drivers could have found a lower price 54% of the time.  How do you encourage your drivers to make the right fuel decisions?  Introducing FleetAdvance from Comdata.

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