The site, called eDriver, is password protected and will also offer an online service for MoT bookings as well as a company car tax calculator. So far, 16,000 drivers have registered to use the site.
Steve Taylor, GE Capital Fleet Services' managing director, said the technology would provide a new level of customer service.
He said: 'It puts customers in charge of their fleet and reduces the need for drivers to bombard fleet departments with minor inquiries.'
Drivers can register via the GECFS website.