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BP fuel cards now accepted across the Esso network

BP has launched its reciprocal acceptance agreement with Esso, meaning that BP Plus cards can now be accepted at more than 3,000 sites.

There are now more than 630 Esso forecourts in the UK which accept the BP Plus Fuel Card, with more sites coming on board soon.

Drivers can now fill up at all Esso stations displaying the new BP acceptance logo. The cards are also accepted at Texaco and Gulf sites.

Andy Allen, UK fuel card manager at BP Fuel Cards, said: “We are committed to expanding our offer to support our fleet customer needs. This collaboration with the Esso network of sites enables us build on our offer to BP PLUS fleet customers, giving drivers even more choice and availability when travelling throughout the UK.”

The BP branded network includes 1,280 sites, with 900 sites on UK A roads, 700 24-hour sites and 70 sites at motorway service stations.

BP has more than 600 bunker sites which feature high speed pumps, wide lanes and extra high canopies. Most are on motorways and ‘A’ roads, cutting the need for detours.

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