Comdata Card now accepted at Ambassador Bridge

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Comdata Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Ceridian Corp., announced Wednesday, May 9, that the Comdata Card now is accepted at the Ambassador Bridge, the international crossing located between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario. Drivers now can swipe a Comdata Card to pay for tolls; product fees apply.

“Comdata is pleased to expand our transportation expense management footprint so drivers can pay electronically and minimize cash advances,” says Scott Phillips, senior vice president and general manager of Brentwood, Tenn.-based Comdata. “Trucking companies will be able to better manage their driver expense, because the data elements will be captured and reported back, just like fuel purchases.”

“We are very excited about our relationship with Comdata and the new opportunity that allows drivers to just swipe and go,” says Dan Stamper, president of Ambassador Bridge. “This is yet one more tool that will speed up the process of crossing between the U.S. and Canada. Drivers no longer need to carry cash or worry about lost receipts.”