Connect your fuel cards to Fleetio.
It's never been easier to manage your fleet's fuel expenses with Fleetio's advanced analytics and reporting capabilities.
Fleetio's fuel card integration gives us powerful insight into our fuel costs - a major expense that is usually hard to shed light on. Now we can see the true cost per mile to fuel each vehicle, helping us make informed decisions to increase our profit margin.Dan Kratohvil, Inline Electric Supply
Syncs your fuel transactions daily.
With our integrated fuel card approach, transaction data from the pump is automatically sent to Fleetio. No more manual entry of fuel receipts or downlading and importing fuel transactions across systems.
Mileage updates too.
When drivers enter mileage at the pump, Fleetio uses that information to trigger service reminders. This time-saving approach helps you stay on top of maintenance, and keeps your vehicles performing their best.
Fleetio even has built-in logic to detect invalid mileages, flagging them for review and correction.
Smarter fuel analytics.
Fuel costs are a major expense affecting your bottom line. It's time you use data to gain better visibility into an important factor in your cost of doing business.
Helpful metrics like fuel economy (i.e. MPG) and cost per mile are automatically calculated. Fleetio helps you analyze your fuel spend from all angles - by vehicle, location, vehicle type, time frame. You name it.
"Integrating our fuel cards lets us automatically collect odometer readings from drivers, which triggers preventative maintenance alerts in Fleetio and helps keep our fleet on the road."Brady Wilson, SERVPRO of Birmingham
"The fuel card integration with Fleetio allows our growing company to get a clear picture of our total fleet costs, helps us identify inefficient vehicles and keeps all of our vehicle information in one convenient repository."Gary McCandless, Fayette Parts Service
" I would sum the overall fuel card integration up in one word: Seamless! I met with Fleetio, they said they would take care of it for me, and that’s the last I heard. Next thing I knew, I was downloading reports utilizing our fuel card which they had imported."Mark Voltz, Joerns