Fueling Options for University Fleet Vehicles
The State of Texas HB432 requires all State Agencies (including the university) to procure alternative fueled vehicles, and to use alternative fuels whenever available. The University complies by providing regular unleaded gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, ethanol (E85), and propane, at the UT fueling stations. Self-service fueling is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to all State Agencies.
If you are in Travis County, you must use one of the university fuel stations. The university has fuel stations at the Pickle Research Campus (Bldg SV1) and on main campus at Manor Rd and IH-35 (Bldg FC7).Special Prokees are required to use these stations and are available at the automotive shops. The Prokee will allow only specific fuel types, and are tied to a specific vehicle. Each vehicle will have a unique Prokee which should be used only for that vehicle. Prokees cn also be programmed for "other" equipment such as lawn mowers, generators, etc.
When travelling outside of Travis County, a State issued retail fuel card should be used to purchased fuel.. The state Council on Competitive Government awarded the state contract for all retail fuel card purchases to Comdata/TransMontaigne. All state agencies and institutions are required to use this card exclusively for any commercial fuel purchases. Most fuel/repair facilities that accept MasterCard will accept the retail fuel card.
Request a Retail Fuel Card
To request a retail fuel card, complete the following PDF forms and fax, mail, or hand deliver them to the University Fleet Operations Office:
- Request for Commercial Fuel Credit Card or for boats, Request for Commercial Fuel Credit Card (Boats)
- Commercial Fuel Cards – Rules & Responsibilities
- Authorized Personnel List to Sign for the Receipt of Commercial Fuel Credit Card (if a signature authority cannot receive the card)
Report a Lost or Stolen Card
To report a lost or stolen card, please call Comdata’s customer service at 1-800-282-7496, then contact University Fleet Operations.