When gas prices go up a penny or two most people don’t really notice and why should they. When the cost of gas prices goes up 16 cents in a couple of weeks, it gets people’s attention. It also starts to draw fears of the summer of 2008 when gas prices went over $4.00 a gallon.
There is a lot of talk about banning texting while driving. Whether you’re old school or new school, almost everybody has a cell phone. Depending on how technologically inclined you are, you probably use texting.
It never ceases to amaze me at how many companies say they can’t afford our service or take on any additional expense.
Headlines of a major newspaper today were, “Long-range forecast suggest a colder and snowier one than usual.” The fuel information below is right on time.
We talk about fuel theft and having to make sure you have the proper processes in your fuel management program to ensure the best you can from theft.
Isn’t it funny how things work? Crude oil prices at $70 a barrel two years ago was good. Now, it’s very bad. See the big major oil companies, got used to reporting record profits for their fuel companies at $100 to $148 a barrel for crude oil.
Are you sick and tired of too many choices out there in regards to Fleet Fuel Cards? Do you know that now almost all stations offer their own gas cards and their own benefits for you? But are you getting the correct benefits for your company? Should you go with a gas card or a fleet fuel card?
Many fleet managers, controllers and CFO’s may be surprised if they were overpaying for fuel taxes and fees that are disguised as legitimate government fees. We‘re not since we see it everyday at Sokolis Group. Prior to becoming Sokolis Group clients, these companies signed off on fuel invoices that had additional fuel taxes for which they were not liable, no tax charged when in fact they were liable for the tax, and bogus fees which are nothing more than an additional revenue stream for the fleet fuel supplier.