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From weather emergencies to supply chain disruptions and more, Element Fleet has you covered. We actively monitor emergencies and service interruptions so our experts can help keep your fleet ahead of the pack.
Due to a technical issue with the payment system at Esso and Mobil stations, fuel purchases in Canada on any Element Fleet Management fuel card will be restricted to outside pumps only. Imperial is actively working to resolve the issue, and we will notify you when in-store payment resumes. In the interim, beginning August 10, fuel purchases in Canada will be restricted to outside pumps at these merchants.
Read more about what this means for fleet drivers.
We continuously monitor vehicle supply chain volatility caused by residual effects of the pandemic and update our clients with critical information as is becomes available.
Fleet drivers should use our Supplier Locator to find fuel stations and repair shops in their area. In the event of natural disasters and other unforeseen circumstances, fuel stations and maintenance shops may close or adjust their hours. Check the last updated information under details. Those with updates over 24 hours old are likely not viable options.
U.S. fuel update: Effective April 29, the WEX universal card will no longer be accepted at Lukoil locations. Our Supplier Locator will be changed to Accepts WEX: NO status for Lukoil stations.
Effective January 1, 2023, the California Air and Resource Board (CARB) will require diesel trucks and buses in participating states and with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) greater than 14,000 pounds to reduce exhaust emissions by meeting particulate matter (PM) filter requirements and upgrade to a 2010 or newer engine model year (EMY).
Element experts are here to help you plan for compliance with the CARB regulation and identify truck classifications that could be impacted in your fleet.
Learn more about the truck and bus regulation.