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Shell, Jiffy Lube Announce Maintenance Discount

March 18, 2014 - Press Release

Users of Shell's fuel card for medium and large fleets will receive a 20 percent discount at Jiffy Lube service centers under a new partnership between the companies starting April 1.

The discount is designed for Shell Fleet Navigator Card users in medium and large fleets to help "fleet managers and their drivers reduce costs and achieve business goals," according to a release.

"We know fleet managers are continually looking for ways to save, which is why we introduced the highly customizable and flexible Shell Fleet Navigator Card," said Henry Miller, general manager of Shell's Commercial Fleet Card program. "Fleet managers can not only customize their fuel network and set controls down to the driver level to realize savings, but can also save on important ongoing fleet maintenance services."

Fleet drivers can apply the 20 percent discount at Jiffy Lube service centers to Jiffy Lube Signature Service Oil Changes and additional preventative maintenance services at participating locations across the U.S.

Shell launched the Shell Fleet Navigator Card in September to offer a flexible and effective card option for fleet managers. The Shell Fleet Navigator Card is available to fleets with 80 or more vehicles and allows managers to tailor their fuel network to control when, where and what fuel sites their drivers use, helping to alter driver behavior and increase savings. The card is accepted at 95 percent of all U.S. fuel stations, including 14,500 Shell stations nationwide.

Get more information on the Shell Fleet Navigator Card here.

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