Pilot Travel Centers now accepts TCH cards

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Updated Jul 9, 2010


Pilot Travel Centers announced that effective immediately its nationwide network of travel centers will accept TCH cards, which provide one-card convenience for professional drivers to manage fuel, maintenance and cash advance needs. Long-haul transportation fleets across the U.S. utilize TCH cards for fuel and fleet-related purchases.

“Because Pilot is dedicated to exceptional customer service, we are expanding our payment options for trucking companies and professional drivers to include TCH cards,” says Jimmy Haslam, Pilot Flying J president and chief executive officer. “When our customers think of Pilot Flying J, we want them to think of convenience. We’re here to serve our loyal fleet customers, and we welcome them to stop in, grab a cup of great Pilot coffee and use their preferred payment method – one stop to refuel, refresh and get back on the road.”

TCH cards can be used at the fuel pump or in-store at the more than 550 Pilot Flying J locations throughout North America. “We are enthusiastic that TCH cards are now accepted at Pilot,” says TCH President Ted Jones. “Pilot Flying J is a leader in the transportation industry offering over 550 first-class travel center locations across the United States. The addition of the Pilot network gives TCH universal card acceptance, which allows our customers to use TCH method of payments at all major truckstops nationwide.”