Doubtful on that, define please...
It requires very little, no more than you punch in for payment of something online. (Technically needs carrier info, dot, mc, truck # and name, but thats no more than a fleet card of any kind requires)
Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by motocross25, Mar 17, 2022.
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Mudflap is super simple and free. I used it for about 6 months straight it was the best option for my area in the Midwest. There’s no caveat, nothing like only showing certain locations or whatever, it just loads everything Mudflap eligible in a radius on a map and shows you. Lots are 20 cents, but many others are over 20 cents. Just depends.
I enjoy because I’m able to pay using my 2% cash back credit card. So for example if I’m saving 30 cents on Mudflap and paying 4.50 a gallon, I also get 2% cash back on my payment method so that’s an additional 9 cents per gallon. With the sky high fuel that’s really added up lately.
It’s free and user friendly, have him try. Also there’s a referral method so make sure you guys use that.Dadetrucking305, kwswan and motocross25 Thank this.
Not today, just got loaded at Pocahontas AR headed to Dumas, ARBig Road Skateboard Thanks this.
I couldn’t help it, I didn’t want to do this Saturday run, it’s short though, Had to DH almost 180 miles South, to go South...
They paid what I asked, I think I undercut myself...
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Has anyone had any issues with buying bad fuel at any of these smaller truck stops when using Mudflap? Just wondering if the risk is worth the discount.
The Kwik Trip TS location down the street from me takes it, along with all the major fuel cards.prostartom Thanks this.
I realize theirs always a chance of getting bad fuel at any location even high volume truck stops. We are a very small private fleet and fuel the majority of the time from our bulk tank in the yard. We only buy fuel on the road when we do overnight runs so just trying to figure out if it’s worth trying out Mudflap. I could see one truck down due to bad fuel wiping out several months of cost savings from using the app.
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