In response to demands for value and transparency, BP yesterday re-launched its BP Supercharge Fuel Card, with no transaction fee or hidden charges.
The card, says BP, could save a fleet with 100 vehicles approximately £13,000 per year in transaction fees alone (Based on 30,000 miles per year, 40 mpg, 50 litre fills and a £2 transaction fee).
The BP Supercharge Fuel Card gives customers access to the Allstar Network, the largest fuel card network in the UK, – equivalent to nine out of ten UK forecourts. The network includes all major fuel brands, motorways and supermarkets, meaning drivers shouldn't have to go off route in order to fill up.
Head of BP Fuel Cards Ranjeev Baines said "We know many fleets are concerned by unexpected or additional refuelling costs and surcharges. As such, the BP Supercharge Fuel Card will appeal to those fleets that want the choice and convenience of refuelling almost anywhere in the UK but don't want to pay above pump price to do so. BP Supercharge provides access to 8,000 sites at pump price with no transaction fee."
The BP Supercharge Fuel Card is subject to annual card fees which vary by the size of fleet. Companies with 1-99 vehicles will pay £24 per card per annum, dropping to £18 per card per annum for fleets of 100 – 199 and down to £12 per card per annum for fleets of 200 vehicles or more.
Other benefits for customers include online account management and online reporting, at no additional charge.
To find out more and apply for an account today, please visit www.bp.co.uk/supercharge.