Since the creation of their very first fuel card in 1989, AS 24 has offered cashless solutions to the transport and logistics industry.
As the world moves towards becoming totally cashless, the transport and logistics industry has no choice but to follow it. There are many advantages to this ongoing change. The ease with which financial transactions can be conducted is perhaps the biggest motivator to go digital, alongside added convenience for consumers, companies and even more for fleet managers.
A range of cashless fuel cards from AS 24
Fuel cards are one of many cashless solutions on offer from AS 24.
Among the fuel card solutions available are the single and double AS 24 cards, which provide secure access to 830 AS 24 stations throughout Europe. The single AS 24 card is assigned to one vehicle or one driver and is said to be particularly useful where the same vehicle-driver combination is maintained. PIN-protected, the single card allows fuelling limits to be set to reduce the risk of misuse. The card facilitates access to automated stations, requiring no human intervention between the pump and invoicing to avoid tampering and add convenience. Also available is the double AS 24 card, suited to situations where a single vehicle is being used by several drivers. Two cards are issued – one vehicle card, which remains in the truck at all times, and one driver card, which is retained by the driver. This allows managers to immediately see on the invoice who refuelled, and with which vehicle.
Furthermore, as the team at AS 24 understand the challenges their clients face on the road, the firm have developed the Euro traffic card; a single fuel card which facilitates payment not only at sites in the AS 24 network but also partner sites as well. Payment for HGV refuelling is only the tip of the iceberg though; drivers can also access Ad Blue pumps and bottles, truck wash facilities, 24/7 breakdown assistance in 40 European countries and, last but not least, an extensive secure parking network. The Euro traffic card permits access to 895 stations in the UK and 13,000 sites throughout Europe to maximise customer convenience.
On top of this, the Euro traffic card can be used to pay for tolls in UK. For example, it allows direct payments of the M6 toll at the toll stations, which lets drivers beat
the queues and helps them to reach their destinations on time. Thanks to the Euro traffic card, drivers can also pay the UK HGV Levy and many tolls on the motorways in 16 additional countries across Europe.