Fuel purchased for Texas A&M University departmentally owned vehicles within the Bryan/College station area is to be purchased from the
Fleet Department located on Agronomy Road.
The Transportation fueling facility is available 24 hours each day, seven days each week, 365 days each year.
For more information on fueling guidelines see University Rule 25.99.99.M11 - University-Owned Motor Vehicles
Frequently Asked Questions about Fueling
State Fueling Regulations
For your safety, we ask that you follow these precautions before and while fueling:
The fueling facility is equipped with 2 unleaded, 2 diesel and 2 high flow diesel pumps. A fuel key is used to collect the appropriate data for state reporting.
These keys are vehicle specific and should only be used to fuel the vehicle assigned to that key.
The state fuel card used to purchase fuel outside the area is the US Bank Voyager card. It is issued to a specific vehicle and cannot be used to fuel any other vehicle.
For convenience, each card is embossed with the vehicle number.
If your vehicle is not equipped with a key, your vehicle is probably equipped with wireless technology.
In this case, you do not have to enter any info into the pump. The system will automatically validate and check mileage.
Just pull the fuel nozzle from the slot, raise the lever it rests in, press the on button, and fuel your vehicle.
For your convenience, there are gloves located at the fuel island to avoid getting fuel on your hands.
If there is a fuel spill, notify someone in the fuel office, and either they will assist you with the clean-up or will find someone to assist you.
Clean-up supplies are located in the cabinet at the north end of the fuel island.
If you are fueling after hours and no Fleet Service Center employee is present, obtain fuel spill clean-up supplies from the fuel spill supply cabinet.
Spill pads and other supplies are available to help contain the spill. After the spill is contained, call Environmental Health and Safety at 979.845.4311.
You will need to inform them of the spill and the location.