One of the biggest hassles that fleet managers have to deal with
There is more to fueling at an airport than jet fuel. Sure, the big, majestic things with wings get most of the attention. However, travelers might be upset if their pressurized flying tube has jet fuel in it but no baggage or beverages. Jet fuel may get all of the love, but tugs, baggage carriers, catering vehicles, and deicers need fuel, too.
If you are trucking across state lines, then filing your quarterly IFTA taxes can be a pain. Electronic Log Devices (ELD’s) can help tremendously to track miles driven in each state. However, how does a fleet manager keep track of fuel purchases when your vehicles may have purchased fuel in a variety of ways (at your bulk tank, from a mobile refueling truck or at a retail station using a fleet card)?