TA Introduces New "On Your Time" Automated Fuel Receipt
Offers option to print, email, download copies
WESTLAKE, Ohio -- TravelCenters of America LLC has announced new systems designed to enhance the professional drivers' experience and time management at all TA and Petro branded full-service locations.
The "On Your Time" Fuel Receipt System gives UltraONE members the choice to
print fuel receipts at the UltraONE kiosk in any location (even a TA or Petro location different than the UltraONE member's fueling location); receive copies of fuel receipts automatically by email; or view, print or download copies of receipts or a convenient summary of fuel purchases from their [image-nocss] Member Account information at www.ultraonerewards.com.
Customers who are not members of the UltraONE program can also view and print up to their last eight fuel receipts at the UltraONE kiosk in any location.
UltraONE membership is free. Guests can enroll right at UltraONE kiosk in any location or online.
"TA continues find ways to meet the changing needs of our guests," said Tom O'Brien, president and CEO of TravelCenters of America. "We continue to add new, valuable, convenient features for our members. The UltraONE Driver Rewards Club is best in class, and offers not only points that can be used for services and discounts on purchases, but also conveniences designed to make our guests' lives on the road a little easier."
He added, "The UltraONE Driver Rewards Club was recently Voted Best Rewards Program by professional drivers in a survey conducted by Overdrive magazine. We consider that a significant compliment considering UltraONE only launched in late July."
TravelCenters of America, headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, is a leading national chain of travel centers in 41 states and Canada under the TravelCenters of America and Petro brands. With convenient locations on interstate exits, TA offers its customers diesel and gasoline fueling services, full-service and quick-service restaurants, heavy-truck maintenance services, 24-hour convenience stores, electronic communication (WiFi) and other services, all within large, high-traffic facilities.