Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania Facts:

  • Capital: Harrisburg
  • Nickname: Keystone State
  • Elevation: 3,213 ft, Mount Davis
  • Bird: Ruffed Grouse
  • Flower: Mountain Laurel
  • Counties: 67
  • Song: “Pennsylvania”

At Fuelrite, our mission is simple: provide the best savings for small and large fleets by offering cost-plus (wholesale based) pricing on diesel fuel at retail locations. With over 200 locations in 11 states, we are the largest diesel fuel savings network in the Greater Northeast with three times more locations than all of the national truck stop chains combined. Many of our sites are independently owned and located where there are no major truck stop chains.

Since 1995, our regional fuel savings network offers all of the security, controls, reporting, and tracking that you need 24/7/365 to manage your fleet. We do all of this without charging our customers any fees. No minimums, no card fees, no transaction fees, no target volumes, no annual fee, no fees-ever.

There are over 1,306,258 CDL Drivers currently employed in the United States. According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were approximately 1.75 million heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers in the United States, along with 877,670 light truck or delivery services drivers and 427,000 driver/sales workers. In all of the states that
Fuelrite serves, trucking drives the economy.

In Pennsylvania, the Fuelrite diesel fuel card is accepted at key cities such as: Allentown, Avis, Bethel, Blakeslee, Clearfield, Dorrance, Duncannon, Gibson, Greentown, Gouldsboro, Harford, Harrisburg, Hawley, Liberty, Lords Valley, Lake Ariel, Mifflintown, Mifflinville, Milton, Mount Cobb, Mountain Top, Pine Grove, Salem, Tafton, White Haven

These sites are predominantly tractor-trailer accessible, 24-hour diesel fuel locations including full-service truck stops catering to over-the-road carriers and easy-in, easy-out smaller fueling locations preferred by regional day cab truckers and commercial fleets that utilize straight jobs.

Major interstates in Pennsylvania include:
  • I-78 begins at I-81 five miles west of Fredericksburg in Lebanon County. I-78 exits Pennsylvania and enters
  • I-80 enters Pennsylvania at the Ohio state line three miles west of West Middlesex, PA and passes through no major cities while in Pennsylvania. It leaves the state and enters New Jersey via the Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge in Stroudsburg, PA.
  • I-81 is the longest north-south interstate in Pennsylvania. It enters the state at the Maryland state line in Franklin County and heads northeast to Scranton, bypassing Harrisburg, before turning north for New York leaving Pennsylvania at the New York border two miles north of Great Bend, PA.
  • I-84 begins at I-81 at Exit 187 in Dunmore and heads east to the New York state line over the Delaware River. Scranton is the only major city on the route.
  • I-380 begins at I-80 at Exit 293 in Crescent Lake, PA and ends at I-81 at Exit 187 in Scranton.
  • US 11 is 248 miles long. Its southern or western terminus is the Maryland border in Antrim Township and its northern or eastern terminus is the New York border in Great Bend Township.
  • US 15 is 195 miles long. Its southern or western terminus is the Maryland border near Gettysburg and its northern or eastern terminus is the New York border near Lawrenceville
  • US 22 is 228 miles long. Its southern or western terminus is the West Virginia state line in Hanover Township and its northern or eastern terminus is the New Jersey state line at the Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge in Easton.
  • US 220 is 248 miles long. Its southern or western terminus is the Maryland border in Cumberland Valley Township and its northern or eastern terminus is I-86 / NY 17 in South Waverly.
  • US 322 is 370 miles long. Its southern or western terminus is the Ohio border in West Shenango Township and its northern or eastern terminus is the New Jersey border in Chester.
  • PA 150 is 41.1 miles long in Central Pennsylvania. Its southern terminus is at PA 26 in Dale Summit, Pennsylvania near State College and its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 220 (US 220) in Avis.
  • PA 414 is 79.4 miles long located in Lycoming, Tioga, and Bradford Counties in Pennsylvania. The western terminus is at PA 44 in Waterville. The eastern terminus is at US 220 in Monroe.
Source: Wikipedia
Truck Driver Salary in Pennsylvania
  • Average base salary $69,798
  • The same as the national average
Source: Indeed.com updated June 4, 2022.

To begin saving on diesel fuel, sign up for our completely free fuel savings card. While available at a large number of select fueling stations in Pennsylvania, our services extend throughout the Greater Northeast.

To learn more about Fuelrite, contact our fuel card experts to sign up for our fuel savings program. The process is simple: We are here to answer any questions and help you equip your fleet with better savings, quality resources, benefits, and a program that makes managing your accounts easier.

Pennsylvania Locations

Fuel Sites

Sue Costantino
Account Manager

Headquarters

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PO Box 1910 Waterbury, CT 06722