Allstar Business Solutions drives electric car payments

UK fuel management company Allstar Business Solutions has rolled out its new electric vehicle (EV) charging payment solution, dubbed the ‘Allstar One Electric card.’

The new card enables those who have transitioned to electric/hybrid company vehicles to benefit from Allstar’s fuel network.

This on top of additional existing fuel saving initiative and one HMRC-compliant invoice for all transactions, aimed at removing unnecessary hassle.

“Those managing fleets that combine petrol, diesel and electric vehicles are faced with many challenges, needing to manage multiple accounts and payment methods to ensure their fleet has access to a convenient network for all its refuelling needs,” commented Paul Holland, managing director UK Fuel, FLEETCOR.

“On top of this, they are met by varying account structures, different pricing, separate invoicing and reporting, leading to a lot of administration that leaves fleet managers and owners without the necessary controls to run their business. 

“With our card, we want to ensure our customers are supported with convenient payment solutions to keep their vehicles on the road.”

The new card looks to the future by adding the ability to pay for EV charging across a multi-branded electric charging network.

Ian Johnston, CEO, Engenie, one of the first networks to sign up, stated: “Low running costs, minimal maintenance, zero tailpipe emissions, and generous tax incentives means more businesses than ever are going electric. 

“Signing up to the Allstar One Electric Card will open up our reliable and renewably powered network of rapid charging points to Allstar’s impressive portfolio of UK fleets.”