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BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — Comdata Corp. has reached a three-year agreement with Petro-Canada to enable acceptance of Comchek cards at high-volume Petro-Canada Petro-Pass locations.

The agreement allows U.S.-based Comdata customers traveling in Canada to purchase fuel and oil at Petro-Canada’s automated fueling sites.

As part of the agreement, Petro-Canada will begin accepting Comchek cards at its highest-volume Petro-Pass locations, including those in Calgary, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver and Toronto.

“Petro-Canada welcomes the opportunity to serve the U.S. trucking community through many newly renovated Petro-Pass commercial fueling centers that are well positioned across Canada,” said Russ Jackson, product development manager, card services.

Comdata provides Comchek credit and debit processing and reporting for commercial fleets.

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