The dual-network fleet card now offers increased flexibility for fleet-related expenses.

The dual-network fleet card now offers increased flexibility for fleet-related expenses.

Photo: U.S. Bank

U.S. Bank announced August 24 it has partnered with Mastercard to offer the U.S. Bank Voyager Mastercard, which can be used for fleet-related expenses anywhere Voyager or Mastercard are accepted.

U.S. Bank currently offers the U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet Card which can be used to pay for fuel, maintenance, and other expenses at more than 320,000 locations across the U.S. using the proprietary Voyager Network.

By joining forces with Mastercard, the U.S. Bank Voyager Mastercard enables clients to pay for fleet-related expenses at existing Voyager merchant locations and any merchant who accepts Mastercard. Now drivers can use just one card to pay for a wide variety of other fleet-related purchases in addition to fuel and maintenance, including, but not limited to:

  • Fees for toll roads or parking
  • Fuel in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories, Canada, Mexico, and other international locations
  • Emergency tows or repairs
  • Infrequent, emergency, or on-demand travel purchases (e.g., hotel, food)

The new payment solution allows fleets to tailor spend controls for individual drivers and vehicles while retaining full visibility and oversight across the expanded purchase categories with enhanced travel benefits. From standard purchases to unexpected situations such as inclement weather or emergency repairs, fleets have increased flexibility to manage all fleet-related expenses with ease.

The U.S. Bank Voyager Mastercard also provides Mastercard services including MasterRental Insurance, Purchase Assurance, Extended Warranty, and travel assistance through MasterAssist Services, giving managers and drivers added benefits and peace of mind that they’re covered on the road and beyond.

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