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Image PETRO & TA FUEL PRICES *UPDATED DAILY* EXCEL VERSION
Posted by: jlightning
28 hours ago | General News
 Announcing the T/A and Petro cost plus fuel program designed for Comdata card users with CRST Malone.  The Program gives you maximum discounts at most T/A and Petro facilities.  To take advantage of these savings, simply use your comdata card when you purchase fuel at participating locations.  You will not see your savings at the pump, the fuel desk or on your receipt.  The savings are immediately refunded back to your Comdata card.  You're savings can range from as little as $.05 cents per gallon to as much as $.50 cents per gallon.  Get a handle on high fuel costs with this GOLD PIN savings.  For a complete up to date list of locations and discounts, click on "FULL STORY" below.    (Note: Prices are subject to change without notice.)

NOTICE:::: The T/A in Knoxville TN had to adjust their pricing.  You will still get a very good discount, just not as much as in the past.  However, the Petro in Knoxville's discounts are remaining the same.  If you choose to you can still get better discounts at the Knoxville Petro.  




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Wednesday Weather 7-22-15
Posted by: twarwick
7/22/2015
12:00 AM | General News

The West - Showers and thunderstorms for the Rockies and the Great Basin region again today. Some spotty showers for the Pacific NW into northern CA as well. Showers for the Four Corners region into TX .

The South - Showers and thunderstorms for much of OK into AR as a double barrel low pressure system sits over the region. showers possible for western and central TN into the Deep south and FL later on this afternoon.

The Midwest - High pressure has control but some showers for the Dakotas into MN and northern WI possible today.

The Northeast - Showers for northern Upstate NY into Western and Northern New England, the rest of the region should be dry.


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Image 7/22 Talking Point from Safety
Posted by: twarwick
7/22/2015
12:00 AM | General News

 

 Bleeding Tar

Bleeding Tar – No, bleeding tar is not the name of a pub. Bleeding tar happens in the hottest of weather. Bleeding is shiny, black surface film of asphalt on the road surface caused by upward movement of asphalt in the pavement surface. It makes the roadway extremely slippery. Frequently scan the roadway ahead and maintain a steady speed. If you identify a black tar area ahead, make no sudden steering or braking maneuvers. Remember that bleeding tar is similar to driving on ice.


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