Drivers have two options for fueling University vehicles. They can:
- Obtain fuel on campus at one of the fueling stations operated by UCLA Fleet, or
- Buy fuel off campus using the Voyager credit card, which can be obtained through UCLA Fleet.
For the UCLA Fueling Station address and a map, see Related Information. The UCLA Fueling Station is open 24 hours a day.
|Fueling UC Vehicles||On Campus||Off Campus|
UCLA Fleet maintains two fueling stations on the UCLA campus. The UCLA Fueling Stations are open 24 hours a day.
The unleaded fueling station offers lower prices than those available in the surrounding area. You will need a fuel key, which is issued by UCLA Fleet, to access the stations.
The Voyager card can be used to purchase the following brands of fuel: BP, Chevron, Circle K, Citgo, Conoco, Exxon/Mobile, Phillips 66, Shell, Sinclair, Texaco, Total and 76.
You will receive a pamphlet that provides further information with your Voyager card.
|Payment method||Contact a customer service representative at UCLA Fleet to get a fuel key. Charges applied to the fuel key are sent directly to your department.||
Obtain a Voyager credit card through UCLA Fleet.
The Voyager card is used for government agencies and allows you to fuel through contracted oil companies. You can also use this card to pay for minor repairs to University vehicles. UCLA Fleet provides a list of approved gas stations. Charges applied to your Voyager card are billed directly to your department.
|Available fuel types||
Unleaded fuel is available at the UCLA Fueling Station.
The Fast-Fill station provides compressed natural gas (CNG) and fuels for alternative-fuel vehicles as well as regular unleaded fuel. CNG is an environmentally clean petrol alternative that is lead-free and produces 90% less carbon monoxide emissions. Petrol-burning cars must undergo cylinder conversion to use CNG as fuel. To read more about CNG, see Related Information.
|You can obtain any kind of fuel required for the vehicle, including diesel.|