Fuel cards by coverage
Give your drivers the confidence to go anywhere and be covered with their fuel card.
Beyond the two premium choices there are cheaper alternatives which lets you effectively pay-as-you-go should you shop outside their network.
Fleet Card Orange
7-Eleven Fuel Pass
BP Plus Card
Fleet Card Blue
Fleet Card Orange
EG Fuel Card
Q&As from customers
What's the best fuel card by coverage?
Both WEX Motorpass and Fleet Card claim to have 90% coverage of fuel sites so hands down these will be the best options if you’re looking for the widest coverage. These premium cards also have non-fuel benefits, meaning your employees can use the card on services like parking, car washes and even grabbing snacks from service stations.
Some of these perks also exist on single brand cards like Shell Card and Caltex StarCard, but your employees will be limited to only those stations, and not all those stations will have extra services like car washes.
Comparatively with either WEX Motorpass or Fleet Card, so long as there is a service station that accepts these cards which have car washing facilities, you’ll be able to use it.
What's the best option if I want to stick to one brand?
Single brand fuel cards largely depend on the coverage they have in your operating area. You may want to see our coverage by states, however if we look at the largest fuel networks they are:
- Caltex – 1900 sites nationwide
- BP – 1400 sites nationwide
- Shell – 1250 sites nationwide
- 7-Eleven – 520 sites nationwide
- United – 400 sites nationwide
- Puma – 400 sites nationwide
Caltex numbers contain co-branded Woolworths stations, while Shell contains Coles Express stations.
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