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ARI Links Mobile Fleet Tools to New Fuel Site Locator

June 22, 2011

MT. LAUREL, NJ - ARI, Automotive Resources International announced the addition of the Fuel Site Locator to its mobile fleet tools, through its long-term partner Wright Express (WEX).

As escalating fuel prices increase fleets' needs to reduce costs, ARI clients and their fleet drivers can use the mobile versions of either ARI insights or ARI Driver insights to locate the type of fuel they need at the lowest price.

The application will produce a list of low-priced fuel sites based on a location, defined radius and fuel type. Users can adjust the results for preferred brands and even get driving directions to the locations. Wright Express reports that 1 million-plus transactions per day go through the WEX Fuel Site Locator application and that it is the most current and accurate information available. 

"As we continue to add more and more features to our mobile fleet tools, the greater our clients' ability to identify and achieve cost-savings as they relate to fleet policy and driver behavior," commented Tony Candeloro, ARI director, client information systems. "Fuel cost management is an area where fleets can always find saving, and this added fuel site locator continues our commitment to providing technology that helps our clients achieve greater ROI."

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