• Fleet fuel available 24/7/365
  • Located at the corner of 7th Ave & Ashe St in Hendersonville, NC
  • Products dispensed by encoded "chipkey" and PIN number
  • Detailed billing information showing driver and vehicle information

Located in downtown Hendersonville, Henderson Oil Company offers convenient unattended 24-hour fleet fueling at its cardlock facility on the corner of 7th Avenue and Ashe Streets. This site offers regular, plus and supreme gasolines along with highway and non-highway diesel petroleum products 365 days a year.

hoc cardlock pictureFleet managers find detailed billing for each account adds efficiency and cost effectiveness to their fleet fueling needs. Our billing shows information by vehicle and driver, providing date and time of each purchase as well as the type, quantity, and price of product purchased. Another widely used feature of the billing statement is the capability of entering odometer readings, which in turn provides miles-per-gallon and cost-per-mile information by vehicle. In addition, numeric entries are available that allow customers to track fuel used by job.

Learn more about this fueling option. Contact Henderson Oil Company at 828-693-3487.

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pdfCardlock Agreement
pdfSample Invoice
pdfHow to Use Cardlock

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