The BP Business and BP BusinessPlus Cards have been created by BP to offer basic fueling expense management needs for fleets. The BP Business Card was designed specifically for smaller fleets.

"The new BP Business Card programs make managing a fleet of vehicles as simple, accurate and secure as possible," said Anita Seneriz, manager, BP Fleet Credit Card Marketing. "Fleet managers can choose which card will best meet their needs--no-fee BP Business with easy-to-read reporting and basic expense tracking and management or BP BusinessPlus, which offers competitive rebates, customized reporting options and extensive tracking features."

According to BP, they are one of the first oil companies to offer online account management to its fleet customers. From a computer, fleet managers can access and update account information, download statements, and review purchase activity.

Suited for small fleets, BP Business Card gives fleet managers summarized corporate fuel spending in one easy-to-read monthly report, according to the company. Monthly statements show date, time, gallons, product, and location of every purchase. BP Business offers revolving credit terms and several billing date options to help match cash flow and payment needs. Basic online account management is available to BP Business Card customers. Fleet managers can access account information, download statements, review activity and payments and contact customer service.

With both BP fleet card programs, fleet managers have the option of giving a card to every driver or setting up in-station accounts at specific BP and Amoco locations. Additional cards are provided at no charge.

According to the company, BP Business and BusinessPlus cards are accepted at all 15,000 BP and Amoco stations accross the country. For more information about BP's fleet management card programs, visit or call (866) 721-0490.