Fuel cards for personal use
Enjoy the benefits of a fuel card without an ABN. Great for those who want to begin separating fuel expenses for work trips or even giving them to family members for fuel-only purchases.
Q&As from customers
What are the personal fuel card options?
Most fuel stations now have apps and prepaid options which can be used to help separate fuel expenses and also as a backup or gift to family and friends.
BP have their BPme app which allows you to link up a credit card to the app. This means that you could link up your credit card to the BPme app for your spouse or family to use at participating BP stations, without giving them a physical credit card which can be used anywhere.
Prepaid options which operate like gift cards are also a good alternative if you want to manage the cashflow. Simply prepay the amount and give the cards to your recipients for use at the selected stations.
The only personal fuel card with business fuel card properties like tracking usage is the Caltex StarCard Debit. As the name suggests, this is a debit card meaning it’s linked to your bank account there’s no requirement for credit checks – it’s using money you have. The benefit of this option prepaid options is:
- You get access to myCaltex to track each cards usage
- There’s no monthly fees for cards
- There’s fuel discounts of 2-4c/l
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