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Allstar and Masternaut partner for Fuel and Maintenance Card

Masternaut and Allstar Business Solutions have teamed up to launch a fuel card solution that combines fuel card and vehicle tracking data to simplify claims and identify misuse.


Masternaut and Allstar Business Solutions have launched a fuel card solution.

The Fuel & Maintenance card integrates with the Masternaut Connect fleet telematics platform, and provides auto-reporting on any discrepancies.

By combining the location of fuel card transactions with vehicle location data, Masternaut can identify when drivers are using their fuel cards for non-approved or unknown vehicles. Automatic reports highlight the purchase of premium fuel or non-fuel items.

Masternaut Fuel & Maintenance Card users receive the same benefits as Allstar’s card users: they can make savings on diesel at 1,800 discounted sites and they have access to a network of over 7,700, said to be the UK’s largest multi-branded network and including all major oil and supermarket brands.

In addition, users will have access to pre-negotiated discounted rates on labour and parts from over 9,000 garages along with access to an online booking service.

The new fuel card offering is also developed to simplify admin and stop misuse thanks to automated online reporting.

Tony Murtagh, director of sales at Allstar, said: “The combined data and analytics that customers will be able to benefit from will provide a 360-degree view of fuel spending and usage, enabling identification of weak points and inefficiencies that can swiftly be improved to reduce spend and increase productivity to the benefit of both drivers and managers.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.