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Maxol Brings Second Auto24 Station To Republic of Ireland

Published on Sep 11 2015 10:50 AM in Retail tagged: Maxol

Maxol Brings Second Auto24 Station To Republic of Ireland

Maxol has officially opened its second 24 hour automated pay-at-the-pump service station in the Republic of Ireland, on Trinity Street in Wexford.

Marketed under its Maxol Auto24 brand, the new site will allow Maxol to provide motorists with petrol and diesel at even more competitive prices.

The Wexford Maxol Auto24 includes 6 pay-at-the-pump fuelling dispensers, which accept payment by debit and credits card, as well as the Maxol fuel card.

Brian Donaldson, Group General Manager at the Maxol Group commented, “After a successful year of operating Auto24 Sutton, we believe there is now an opportunity to introduce this concept further afield and we’re pleased to bring our second Auto24 in the South of Ireland to Wexford.

He added that automated service stations offer motorists a number of advantages, including lower fuel prices, shorter queues, and because the service station operates on a 24-hour basis, motorists can fill up at the times that best suit them.

“Our experience is that the automated pay at pump format is particularly popular for parents with kids in the car and also with commuters where time is of the essence,” he said.

To celebrate the launch of the new Auto24 service station, Maxol is offering prizes of hotel breaks, fuel, car washes and coffee for its customers. It is also encouraging motorists to register online at www.maxolauto24.com to be kept informed of special offers throughout the year.

© 2015 - Checkout Magazine by Jenny Whelan.

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