Fuel and fleet management

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  • Solutions for any size fleet, from a few vans to hundreds of HGVs

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How iCompario can help with fleet management

We can save you time by finding quotes on a wide range of fleet management tools. We search the widest range of hardware and software anywhere online.

Fuel cards to keep your fleet moving

Fleet management solutions: fuel cards

Most UK businesses provide fuel cards for their drivers to refill their vans, cars or lorries. An efficient fuel payment system is fundamental to fleet management.

  • Online account that logs every purchase with time and location details
  • Reclaim fuel VAT with the click of a mouse
  • Discounts off the pump price
  • Big energy companies, independent networks or supermarkets

Vehicle tracking for simple fleet monitoring

Fleet management solutions: vehicle tracking

Spend less time troubleshooting on the phone and more time building your business.

  • See vehicles on a live map, share the estimated ETA and decide which driver to send to the next job
  • Get notifications when your drivers arrive at important locations
  • Speeding or collision alerts and other dangerous driving warnings

Telematics for full fleet visibility

Fleet management solutions: telematics

For professional fleet management, getting the right telematics system is make or break.

  • Customised reports with information designed for your business
  • Remote vehicle diagnostics and temperature monitoring
  • Tachograph data downloads
  • Vehicle cameras for theft prevention, safer driving and industry certifications like FORS, CLOCS & DVS

How iCompario works

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You tell us about your fleet, your business and what you need and we'll take it from there.

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We compare your needs with the products available and get quotes on the best matches.

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