CNRG Fleet makes use of the 2,500+ Commercial Fueling Network’s (CFN) fuel stations to provide fleet card customers located in the Western U.S. savings at the pump. - Photo: Pexels/Skitterphoto

CNRG Fleet makes use of the 2,500+ Commercial Fueling Network’s (CFN) fuel stations to provide fleet card customers located in the Western U.S. savings at the pump.

Photo: Pexels/Skitterphoto

CNRG Fleet utilizes the Commercial Fueling Network’s (CFN) 2,500+ fuel stations to provide fleet card customers located in the Western U.S. savings at the pump.

At CFN locations, the CNRG CFN fleet card charges wholesale based prices as opposed to the posted pump price at the station. This typically can result in an average of 5¢-25¢ per gallon savings depending on local market conditions.

Most CFN locations are located in California, Oregon, and Washington. There are more CFN locations in these states than traditional retail truck stops. So fleets are not only saving money, but drivers also have a larger network of locations to choose from than average truck stop fuel cards in these states.

In addition, many CFN stations also provide other fuel products such as diesel exhaust fluid and off-road diesel you may not find at your average retail gas station. This enables fleet manager’s to fuel all types of vehicles on the same fuel card program.

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