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Old 12-08-2019, 06:06 AM   #1
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TSD Logistics Fuel Program

I saw someone mention the TSD Logistics Fuel Program in a thread recently and was wondering if I should sign up. My diesel pusher has a 200-gallon fuel tank and can get thirsty at times.

1) What are your experiences with the program, and
2) Do you have a referral code so I can give you credit if I sign up?
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Old 12-08-2019, 06:41 AM   #2
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Interestingly I just activated my card this morning. Looked at the fuel price list and there is quite a savings especially at Loves. Doesn't appear that all locations are on the program but with a 200 gallon tank you wouldn't have any problem getting to one that is.
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Great gas prices at Loves.I received my card last summer and use it when I travel.
I only wish they would require a pass code to use the card.I leave the card in my safe when not traveling.
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There is a very lengthy discussion in the general forum on this subject.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f84/fuel-...ue-450563.html
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Great gas prices at Loves.I received my card last summer and use it when I travel.
I only wish they would require a pass code to use the card.I leave the card in my safe when not traveling.
Been happy with $$$ saved for a while now.

Mike if you contact TSD account ladies you can request a code for security on the EFS card. It will be an assigned number, not changeable, but it works.

When you fuel and swipe the card it will ask you the number. Don't lose/forget it or your card will not work.
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It’s the biggest no-brainer I have encountered in MH travel.
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I have used it 3 x now at Loves. I usually get fuel when I am down to a 1/4 tank, about 100 gallons. Have saved just under $50 each tank.
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x2 on the no brainer. My savings over the last 2 months are in excess of $.41 per gallon. Sometimes you have to wait on a truck to get out of the way but it is worth the money. It pays now to plan the fuel stops to maximize the savings. By using the Love's or other truck stops you have a better chance of getting clean fuel although no guarantees.
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There is a very lengthy discussion in the general forum on this subject.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f84/fuel-...ue-450563.html

There are lots of lengthy discussions on this...https://www.google.com/search?q=%22T...earch=irv2.com to over 240 of them.
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We will be signing up for ours next month before heading back to the US and the motor home
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I saw someone mention the TSD Logistics Fuel Program in a thread recently and was wondering if I should sign up. My diesel pusher has a 200-gallon fuel tank and can get thirsty at times.

1) What are your experiences with the program, and
2) Do you have a referral code so I can give you credit if I sign up?
I've been VERY happy with the TSD program, actually since I got the card, I haven't fueled anything I own with a DROP of diesel other than using their card.

I'm saving an average of about $7 for every 20 gallons fueled, and most of the fueling has been into my VW Jetta TDI or my Jeep Liberty CRD.

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I would be happy to answer any questions you have about the program, very satisfied user here.
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We just signed up and will be using the TSD Logistics fuel card when we head south this winter. So far, the feedback I've seen is all positive. There are also a few YouTube videos (we like this one) that explain the system very well.


If you watch and remember, be sure to refer the videographers (Changing Lanes) when you sign up with TSD Logistics. They'll get a modest reward for their effort.
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A feature we like is linking the Pilot/FJ and Love's cards to the TSD Card. With Love's you open the app on your phone when you get in the lot and you get a code to enter on whatever pump your end up on to turn it on. On Pilot/FJ you enter the pump number and it turns on.
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I used ours three times at Love's last month and saved around $0.40/gal each time. When I add that savings to the pay-at-the-pump feature it really is a no-brainer.
Each time, I used Gas Buddy to check prices around my area first, and Love's with the discount beat everyone else, whether they were discounted through the program or not.
Love it.

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