UK Fuel Cards introduces new European Diesel Card Plus account

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UK Fuel Cards has introduced a new European Diesel Card Plus account. The account combines both Full Service European cards along with commercially priced network cards all on the same account; with only one invoice and one direct debit. This account can run alongside companies' existing fuelling methods and help with their fuelling needs. UK Fuel Cards' new offering comprises:

  1. European Diesel Card both Full Service and Commercial priced Cards
  2. European Tolls
  3. VAT Recovery services
  4. Recovery of Excise Duty

The European Diesel Card Plus Account – This account has access to 20,000 sites around Europe, including major truck stops, the motorway service areas, and major oil company retail networks. Users will have access to all the European Diesel network and to all Esso and there partner sites with no additional surcharge for using the partner sites.

Fuel Costing – Using the EDC Card users will have access to one of the best commercially priced network along with the Esso cards Full Service structuring of Pump price, plus a maximum of 2%, which is one of the best deals on the market.

Toll Costing – When using the Esso card to pay for tolls as per normal Full Service cards there is a maximum of 5% charge along with a fully tailored solution offered through UK Fuel Cards' European team for customers who run regular trips on regular roots.

Users can tailor the cards per vehicle/driver as required, to suit different drivers/roots and countries.  The card works in 21 European countries along with the Tolls and Vat recovery options available to them.

There are no charges for issuing cards, no fixed term contracts, no minimum usage fees, no account management fees and no deposit required. Users also have their own personal account manager to maintain their account with direct telephone numbers and e-mail addresses.

UK Fuel Cards is offering customers the option of opening a trial account to compare against the other suppliers.

For more information, visit: www.ukfuelcards.co.uk

 

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