Allstar has launched the ‘Supermarket Fuel Card’, which is accepted by the four main supermarket brands Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Asda.
Allstar fuel card users can now take advantage of a new partnership with the AA for breakdowns and misfuels.
Customers of Britain’s biggest fuel card company will have to pay for the privilege of using its services in the future after Allstar introduced a ‘network service fee’.
Allstar has announced the launch of a new mileage capture system, Business Mileage Monitor (BMM), which uses satellite tracking to report journey distances to within a few metres, satisfying HMRC’s requirement for precise monitoring.
Allstar fuel card customers are becoming increasingly frustrated with accessing online information and contacting call centre staff.
A recent white paper published by AllStar reveals the cost benefits of using a fuel card.
Arval UK has announced the sale of AllStar Business Solutions to FleetCor Technologies, an independent global fleet card provider, for £194m.
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