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Quick Fuel Fleet Services Introduces QuickNet On-Line Account Access

December 13, 2001

Quick Fuel Fleet Services introduces its newest fueling innovation, QuickNet, which allows customers to access their accounts via the Internet, giving them the ability to make changes quickly and efficiently on-line.

Features include the ability to order, activate or shut-off fuel cards and to change driver names, fueling limits, and PIN numbers. In addition, users can order new fuel cards on-line.

Reporting options are also availbale through the program to help customers manage fleets more efficiently. Fleet managers can view and download fueling transactions by keying in the start and end dates of the time period they want to look at. This generates a vehicle analysis report, detailing fueling transactions.

QuickNet allows customers to view their fuel pricing daily, giving them the flexibility to access this information at their convenience. Customers are also able to make changes and adjustments that are needed to keep their accounts current. A customer service department is available for customers with any questions regarding their accounts.

Quick fuel's 24-hour automated stations allow drivers to fuel and return quickly to the road. The stations accept Advantage and Advantage Plus cards as well as most major national fuel cards including ExxonMobil Fleet, Fuelman, Comchek, Wright Express and EFS cards. Fleet managers also receive detailed fuel management reports.

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