DKV Euro Service expanded its supply network in Austria, allowing DKV customers to now also use their DKV CARD to settle fuels and (car) vehicle washes at 77 A1 brand stations in Austria. Through this expansion the DKV supply network in Austria has grown to 1,411 stations.

A1 is operational in Steiermark, Kärnten, Burgenland and Ober- and Niederösterreich. To easily find the A1 brand stations they have been added to the DKV APP for iOS, Windows, and Android smartphones and tablets, supporting drivers all over Europe to find fuel stations and vehicle services stations with DKV acceptance. The stations have also been added to DKV MAPS, the comprehensive online service to find the nearest DKV station and to plan individual routes throughout Europe.

“With the A1 stations, we are adding a strong brand to our extensive supply network in Austria and now offer our customers access to well over 50 percent of all petrol stations in the Austrian market. The A1 stations offer an excellent appearance, are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and offer high-quality fuels at an attractive price,” says Neil White, Team Manager UK. “In addition to high-quality fuels, our customers can also use the DKV CARD to pay for washing services and other vehicle-related services.”

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DKV Euro Service

DKV Euro Service has been one of the leading service providers to commercial fleet operators in Europe for over 80 years. From cash-free service en route at more than 70,000 brand-independent acceptance points through toll billing to value added tax refunds, DKV offers a host of services for cost optimisation and effective fleet management on the road all over Europe. DKV is part of DKV MOBILITY SERVICES Group, which employs around 930 people. In 2017, the group, operating in 42 countries, realized sales in the amount of EUR 7.2 billion. Currently, over 3.1 million DKV CARDs and on-board units are used by around 170,000 customers. In 2018 the DKV CARD was proclaimed Best Brand in the fuel and service cards category for the fourteenth time in succession.