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Vehicle Expenses

How to pay vehicle expenses with a credit card

How to pay vehicle expenses with a credit card

Buying a new car, van or truck is expensive. 

But that’s just the start, with all vehicles having a host of ongoing costs.

From servicing to new tyres and insurance to registration, the bills for vehicle expenses can sometimes feel never-ending.

For businesses with multiple vehicles, these costs are only amplified.

But what if you could earn credit card rewards points on all your ongoing vehicle expenses for your car, van or truck? 

With, you can.

Regardless of what types of payments your servicing provider, insurance provider, local tyre shop or state registration agency accept, you can pay for all your vehicle expenses using any credit card of your choice to rake in the rewards.

You can not only earn frequent flyer points, but by paying your utilities with a credit card you could also enjoy up to 55 days interest free on payments. 

With low fees and a simple and easy-to-use interface, can help you do business better.

Paying for your business car service could help get you on a full-service Business Class flight to New York, USA.

How can you pay for vehicle expenses with a credit card?

Many car, van and truck servicing shops will accept credit card payments, but they may not accept the card you want to use.

The same goes with tyre shops, state government registration agencies and insurance providers.

Some providers will only take VISA and Mastercard payments, but all seasoned points-collectors know that American Express is where the real travel rewards are. 

Regardless of how your vehicle expenses bills say you can pay, with you can make payment by any credit or charge card of your choosing. 

The process is simple: You make a payment at with any VISA, Mastercard or American Express card and we will pay your bill on your behalf.

The timing between a credit card payment made by you and receipt by the payee is typically only T+2 days. 

And by paying with a credit card, you could enjoy up to 55 days interest free on all your utilities bill payments, potentially helping with any short-term cash flow problems you might have.

How many points can you earn paying for vehicle expenses with a credit card?

This depends on the type of vehicle your business has, or how many vehicles you have in the case of larger businesses.

But either way, you could potentially earn thousands of credit card rewards points a year on your vehicle expenses. 

With the right business credit card you can earn up to 1.25 points per dollar spent when paid through

With a one-way Business Class flight from Sydney to New York, USA costing 144,600 points flying American Airlines, you could be on your way to check out Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty in no time.  

Don’t have a high points-earning business credit card? 

Sign up to one of our well-priced subscription services and we can even help you pick the best card for your business to maximise your rewards.

We will also help you find and book the sometimes elusive First Class and Business Class rewards seats to get you on your way.

What else can you use to pay for?

We don’t just allow businesses to make credit card payments for vehicle expenses.

We can also process payments to contractors and consultants or assist in making rent payments and buying business equipment. 

You can even use our service to make payments for employee superannuation and pay ATO bills.

How our fees stack up  

We offer the lowest fees on the market for processing credit card payments for vehicle expenses. And signing up to one of our great-value subscription packages – which come with a range of other benefits – can bring those fees down even lower.

On our free base package we charge a 1% fee plus GST for Mastercard transactions, 1.20% plus GST for VISA and 2.10% plus GST for American Express.

How do I sign up?

It’s easy.

Just head to and follow the prompts to sign your business up.

You too could soon be joining our growing number of very happy customers flying at the pointy end of the plane.

Author: Chris Cavanagh