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Comdata partners with DAT for Fuel Card and Rewards Program


For small fleets and owner-operators, there is a brand-new program that allows customers to take care of fuel and maintenance expense payments. Additionally, there’s also a manner of finding discounts through the mobile platform. This is beneficial for Comdata as it will allow the company to expand it’s reach into the customers pre-existing for DAT Freight & Analytics. This comes at a time when gas prices are going through the roof in the most unbelievable of ways.


DAT has done their duty to expand the Fuel Card to allow small-carrier customers to take care of maintenance expense payments through the mobile platform DAT One.


The fuel card is acceptable through more than 8,000 fuel and maintenance locations throughout the Comdata network and partnership with Comdata.


This is all a part of a portfolio for new fleet management and pay solutions. All accessible through the DAT One mobile application. Furthermore, it is a means that is able to combine services for drivers. Them with the hugest load board accessible in the industry.


According to VP of Strategy Execution, Greg Hastings, This Union With Comdata Could Not Have Come At A Better Time

The big man at DAT had this to say. “DAT customers now have direct access to the most fully-featured, widely accepted fuel card and reward program in the industry—an ideal companion to our DAT One app. Small fleets and owner-operators can book their next load knowing the DAT Fuel Card can deliver additional savings.”


There are plenty of features that the new DAT fuel card includes. Not limited to:

  • Savings Up To 65% Off For Tires As Well As Retreads
  • Customized Spending Limitations In Order To Stop Control Fraud
  • Savings Of 80% Towards Prescription Drugs, Courtesy of SingleCare
  • 24/7 Driver Support As Well As Online Account Management


Eric Dowdell, the NAT president for Comdata, had this to add: “We look forward to bringing a wide acceptance network, deep savings and real-time analytics to new customers while continuing to push the envelope with new payment solutions.”

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