I recently dropped the card I was using for the past several years and got NASTC
Discounts are pretty good but I also just downloaded the Mudflap app and was comparing these two
Some places NASTC was less. Others Mudflap was less
That’s $350 fee for NASTC will be given back many many times over with the savings
I personally will run both of these and use whichever one is best for that particular location
Mudflap has less locations but seems to be growing quickly and again. It’s free and if you link a points type credit card for payment then you gain some there also
NASTC, FTS, WEX fuel card? Which one should I use?
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My NASTC card has all my needed info in a file that’s emailed to me such as miles. Load. Truck number etc
Does Mudflap do the same or is that something I would have to keep track of
Haven’t used Mudflap yet as I just downloaded the app
kwswan Road Train Member
- Jul 26, 2009
Has anyone used this card ?
Is he stating prices before taxes or ?
According to his post it would seem that this is the best card for discount
skallagrime Road Train Member
You need to keep your own mileage load #
You enter your dot and truck number and name in the app itself
TCS , I might give a look at NASTC since I’m running mainly the northeast.
fortycalglock Road Train Member
- Jun 25, 2011
A cost plus card will typically give the best discounts. NASTC, TCS etc are cost plus. I have TCS because of the ease of signup, but it sucks that it’s not credit based. In some comparisons I’ve done, FleetOne Edge has similar discounts plus it’s credit based, so I’m waiting for my cards to arrive to try them out. Mudflap doesn’t have any locations where I run, but their pricing in other areas is great. If you pull Landstar loads, their savings plus card is about .05 cheaper than NASTC and TCS, but you have to pull Landstar loads to load the card.
I looked at mud flap but they said they'll give you an extra $0.02 a gallon off but you have to link your bank account to them.
Is that safe to do that?Last edited: Apr 25, 2021
bad-luck Road Train Member
- Nov 16, 2013
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