BioTrucker card helps NBB get more biodiesel to truckers

Thank in part to Willie Nelson and Carl's Corner, long haul truckers were some of the first big proponents of biodiesel in America. The new BioTrucker Fuel Card will not only help eco-ready truckers to find service stations that sell the biofuel, but can also save them at least a little bit at the pump. BioTrucker, a National Biodiesel Board website, is now offering the card that is accepted at over 5,000 "truck stops and truck accessible locations" in the U.S. Three stations (Sapp Bros. Travel Centers in Peru Illinois, Waddy Unocal 76 in Waddy, Kentucky, and Drivers Truck Stop in Ft. Worth, Texas) discount biodiesel two cents a gallon for BioTrucker Fuel Card holders. At the other locations, the card can be used to pay for fuel at the cash price (no credit mark up). Card holders can also get other benefits like the ProMiles route planning software and repair and tire discounts.
[Source: BioTrucker via Environment News Service]

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