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Fuel surcharge fee

A fuel surcharge fee is a fee that is added to the cost of a product or service to account for fluctuations in the price of fuel. It is typically used in the transportation industry, such as in shipping and air travel, to cover the additional cost of fuel. The amount of the fuel surcharge fee can vary based on changes in fuel prices and is usually adjusted on a regular basis