A few good truck fuel control practices to help you keep an eye on your fuel consumption.

Require a monthly statement signed by the driver that contains:

  • distance traveled;
  • spent fuel;
  • fuel consumption with attached receipts/invoices for fuel fills.

This disciplines drivers and commits them to proving fuel consumption. On the other hand, a monthly check will help quickly see if fuel consumption deviations occur for a given driver or truck.

Verify fuel consumption annually.

A personal check by the fleet manager of the consumption of each truck is the safest solution. The manager can personally drive the truck or ride with the driver, but he must measure the fuel consumption.

This good practice should be applied to trucks without warning to drivers. It will allow you to check whether the fuel consumption declared by the driver corresponds to that reported during the personal inspection.

Sealing the fuel system.

Sealing the fuel system is a prevention of theft from the return oil.

Implementation of a GPS with technical fuel control.

Choose a GPS that lets you track fuel in a way that’s right for your trucks.

Truck fuel control technology is a way to protect against theft and verify that the billed fuel has entered the tank.

If you don’t have time to check the fuels, and drains, or verify the fuel loaded in the tank with the reported technical means such as the GPS control system, you can turn to our profiled fuel experts who will provide 24/7 technical support.