Drivers Can Save Up To 6p Per Litre With New Fuel Card

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With petrol prices still soaring one company has launched a fuel card for private motorists that can save them up to 6p per litre.

Drivers can buy one of the three fuel cards on offer (Total, Texaco or BP) for just £3.99 thanks to motoring benefits specialist, Marmalade ( ).

Every Sunday the fuel card price is posted on the web and this price is then fixed for the next seven days, giving the member the choice to use the fuel card to fill up their car or pay the pump price with cash or credit card. Savings depend upon location and local conditions but these can be as much as 6p per litre on trunk roads and motorway services.

The fuel cards work on a week by week basis and the cost of the weekly fuel bill is charged to the customer by direct debit, allowing up to 17 days credit.


  • Savings of up to 6p per litre
  • Simplicity
  • Fuel costs are known in advance
  • No minimum volumes
  • Cards available for all family members
  • Detailed usage bills
4 June 2006 Staff

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