Top 5 Fleet Card Questions: Part 1

Finding the best fleet fuel card might seem like an impossible task. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of options to help you power your vehicles. Guttman Energy has been operating since the 1930s and is one of the nation’s most trusted resources for fuel cards. If you’re considering investing in a fuel card program, check out the answers to these top 5 fleet card questions.

  1. What fuel stations accept your fleet fuel card?

With Guttman, you never have to worry about your drivers being stranded without a participating fuel station nearby. Our cards are accepted at more than 65,000 service stations across the United States! Your drivers can fuel at popular locations like TA Petro, Speedway, Flying J, Pilot, Love’s, Circle K, Exxon and more. 

2. What kind of controls can I put on the fleet fuel cards?

Our fleet gas cards provide you with convenient controls to keep track of driver activity and expenditures. You can place a number of controls on your cards, including limiting the days or hours of use, the amount of fuel that can be purchased at once, the amount of transactions per day, the types of fuel that can be purchased and more. You will also assign each driver in your fleet a unique PIN, which both simplifies reporting and helps to prevent fraud or theft. 

3. How much will I save per gallon with your fleet fuel card?

The exact amount you save per gallon can depend on several factors, including the price of fuel in your area at any given time, the type of fuel being purchased, and more. When you sign up for your personalized fuel card program, you’ll be assigned a dedicated representative who can go into detail about your potential savings. 

4. What is your price?

At Guttman, we believe that your budget shouldn’t stop you from accessing the best fuel card program possible. Our price always reflects fair-market value, and we never charge any fees when you sign up or at any point during your business with us. We don’t make you sign a contract, either, so you’re never under obligation to keep your service if you’re unsatisfied. 

5. How do you make money without charging fees?

Guttman Energy makes our money from negotiated deals with the stations, so we never have to charge you transaction fees, monthly card fees, program maintenance fees, etc..  We are not a bank or a credit card company (like many national fuel card companies), who make their money by nickel-and-diming you with excessive and unwarranted fees.  We charge you a fair-market value for the fuel like you deserve. 

When choosing potential options and making fleet fuel card comparisons, keep Guttman Energy in mind. Do you have questions that weren’t answered here? Get in touch with us today to discuss your needs and our solutions with a representative by emailing us at or by calling us at 724.489.5199.

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