Fuel Management

Entry Level Systems Entry Level Systems

- Does not give MPG figures.

- Very often they allow the driver to enter inaccurate information hence making the reporting nonsense.

- These systems can be hardwired, or information downloaded via a data key, making the system inflexible.

- Shows limited reports.

- Ideal for the smaller operator or when limited reporting is required. Also acts as a basic security device to prevent unauthorised personnel from dispensing fuel.

Medium Level Systems Medium Level Systems

- Includes vehicle MPG in the reports.

- More comprehensive reporting than the entry level systems but limited on how you can sort & display this data compared to the comprehensive system. Reporting is normally displayed via your internet browser.

- Manual data download via a USB memory stick.

- Sold to the smaller/medium fleet operator where the cost of the comprehensive system can't be justified.

- Examples: HDA, HDM & FC05

Comprehensive Level Systems Comprehensive Level Systems

- Give full comprehensive reporting including MPG.

- Come with standard reports, also easy to make your own.

- Prevent inaccurate information from being inputted.

- Normally are web based, giving access from almost anywhere in the world.

- Can be linked to accurate fuel tank gauging.

- Accepts off site fuelling data from most fuel card companies.

- Examples: FC20 & FC10





  • HDA
  • HDM
  • FCO5
  • FC20
  • FC10