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Allstar adds glass replacement to its services

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Allstar has added vehicle glass replacement to the portfolio of services offered to card holders in addition to fuel.

The company has formed a partnership with National Windscreens, one of the UK’s major automotive glass replacement and repair firms.  Allstar customers will benefit from competitive rates – with discounts of up to 20 percent - and will now be able to use their Allstar card to pay for vehicle glass replacement and repair. 

Drivers will simply quote their Allstar fuel card number when requesting assistance and the purchase will appear on the next HMRC compliant invoice.

“At Allstar we are on a path to add more services beyond fuel that our customers can purchase for their mobile workforces using the convenience and simplicity of Allstar.” said Brian Flood, vice president of products for Allstar.

“One invoice for everything our customers buy, keeps it simple and under control for fleet managers and business owners,” said Flood.

“And for drivers, being able to use their Allstar card to pay for more of the things they need to keep on the move, means they are concentrating on business rather than filling in expense claims.” he added.

"We are delighted to be appointed by Allstar as their automotive glass partner providing an integral part of this unique offering and share the same core value of delivering high quality customer service across the UK," said Martyn Bennett, regional sales and marketing director for National Windscreens.

 


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