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Technology Works to Speed Fuel Transactions at Truckstops

March 1, 2017

Technology Works to Speed Fuel Transactions at Truckstops

With increased demands on drivers and hours-of-service regulations, professional drivers are eager to stop for what they need and get back on the road as quickly as possible. Locations are offering more convenient food options and working to speed transactions inside the store, but many have been limited with what they could do on the fuel islands.

New Payment Technologies at Truckstops Boost Customer Service

April 18, 2013

New Payment Technologies at Truckstops Boost Customer Service

From rfid to paypal, truckstop operators are giving customers more ways to pay while moving them in and out of the location faster

Get To Know Your Fuel Customers

January 1, 2013

Get To Know Your Fuel Customers

Knowing what products to stock and when can boost sales and profits for truckstop and travel plaza operators. Operators take time to get to know the drivers who come into their locations each day, but to foster long-term relationships, they must also get to know the corporate executives at the trucking companies where those drivers work.

Love's Goes Cardless

August 6, 2012

Love's Goes Cardless

Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores announced it has completed the first successful live customer transaction using RFID cardless fueling technology and Comdata’s financial processing software at its Pauls Valley, Okla. location.

Truckstop Point-of-Sale Systems Complexities

July 1, 2012

Truckstop Point-of-Sale Systems Complexities

For truckstop operators, building a powerful point-of-sale (POS) and back-office system is a lot like assembling a puzzle.

Easy Payments Cardless Fueling Coming Soon to a Station Near You

January 1, 2012

Easy Payments Cardless Fueling Coming Soon to a Station Near You

Jenny Love Meyer, director of communications for Love’s, said RFID creates a competitive advantage for the chain. “We know that the drivers and the fuel managers prefer not to deal with cards. The possibility of eliminating cards is a big convenience for the customers and it reduces the chance for fuel thefts to occur,” Meyer said.