LONDON, September 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
BP is pleased to announce the addition of two motorway sites to its network, Clacket Lane East and West, on the M25 between junctions five and six. It means BP fuel card customers can now use two out of the four motorway service areas on the M25.
These stations, together with BP sites at South Mimms at junction 23, which are accessible by drivers travelling in either direction, provide great coverage of both the North and South sections of the M25.
For BP fuel card customers this means improved efficiency as they won't need to deviate off route to refuel and can combine refuelling with mandatory breaks whilst travelling along some of the busiest routes in England.
Both are sites will be operated by BP, and feature BP's shop offer, Wild Bean Café, 24 hour opening, WiFi access and car wash facilities. Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) drivers will benefit from five HGV fuelling positions at the Eastbound services and six HGV fuelling positions at the Westbound services. Car and van drivers are also well catered for, with 20 fuelling positions at each site.
Ranjeev Baines, BP's UK Fuel Cards Manager, said "This addition further strengthens our motorway network and now gives BP Fuel Card customers access to 70 motorway sites."
To find out more and to order a BP Fuel Card, please visit the BP Fuel Card website.
Notes to editors:
- With around 1,200 BP service stations in the UK, we offer a variety of premium fuels such as BP Ultimate Unleaded and Diesel alongside Unleaded and Diesel Fuel. To find a BP service station visit.
SOURCE BP UK