Comdata ready for Y2K

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Comdata says you need not worry about the Millennium Bug now that its fuel and cash advance system has been tested and found to be ready for the Year 2000.

“Comdata has taken every appropriate measure to ensure its customers can continue to rely on our services without interruption after the New Year.” says Gary Krow, Comdata president.

Pin Point Fleet Services will be the exclusive distributor of @Road FleetASAPsm fleet management services in Canada. The system uses the Web for fleet location, monitoring, dispatch and messaging. Specifically, PinPoint will market the product in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan. For more information, surf the Web to

Parker’s Hose Products Division has a new Web site at Not only does it offer a complete listing of hoses and fittings, and technical data and support, but it includes a toolbox section for specifying and installing Parker hoses and fittings.

The Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Public Works is again operating its road report service for the entire province. For the first time ever, provincial conditions will be posted on the Net on the department’s Web site at Just click on road conditions and weather in the upper left-hand corner of the frame. Or you can still call the Road Report Line, at 800-307-7669 or in metro Halifax use 902-424-3933. n

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