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Kwik-Fit Fleet's Irish move

KWIK-FIT Fleet has launched its Business Drive Card in Southern Ireland.

The card is 'designed to improve fleet efficiency and give small companies the benefit of discount levels on goods and services normally only applicable to major fleets'.

Kwik-Fit Ireland managing director Pat Curran said: 'Business Drive Card is a revolutionary and innovative new product to the Irish market which allows fleet decision-makers to make all the vehicle maintenance purchases through a single card with one consolidated invoice.'

Curran added: 'It can be a nightmare for fleet managers and company accounts departments to keep tabs on drivers' expenses and numerous invoices. With receipts, invoices and card accounts from a range of different operators, administration can take up valuable times and mistakes can easily occur.'

Curran said the Business Drive Card not only eases administrative burden but allows companies to benefit from Kwik-Fit's buying power.

Services that can be acquired using the card include fuel, servicing, tyres, exhausts, brakes and batteries, windscreens, car hire and breakdown.

Curran said: 'The Business Drive Card is one-stop shop for all motoring requirements. The card's use can be tailored to individual requirements and gives fleets, large and small, a weekly one-bill-for-all invoice with all motoring expenses grouped together saving hours of paperwork and freeing up time to get on with other work.'

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