When it comes to fuel, you have no control over the price at the pump, or how that will impact your fleet budget. But, your drivers can help reduce the chance of fraud by taking the appropriate measures. Here are a few best practices, courtesy of WEX Fraud Services and LeasePlan, to get started.

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With the arrival for spring, gas prices immediately became more expensive nationwide. The national gas price average is $2.61, which is a nickel more expensive on the week.

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For the first quarter of the year, gas prices have been expensive. On average, motorists are paying a quarter more than at the same time last year. While pump prices have dipped in recent weeks, this is not a trend consumers should expect to linger. AAA forecasts the national gas price average will be as much as $2.70/gallon this spring – a costly pump price Americans have not paid since summer of 2015 when prices hit $2.81.

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The national average gasoline price fell 3 cents to $2.58 for the week ending Feb. 12 following steadily increasing prices since the start of the year, reports AAA. It was the first weekly decline as tracked by the group.

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As Americans collectively sigh at their credit-card bills from the holiday season, GasBuddy has some bad news that won’t help ease the financial pain.

The fuel price-tracking website predicts the cost of a gallon of fuel will rise by $0.19 per gallon in 2018, on average, to the highest level gas prices have been since 2014.

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