- 150 additional Aral-stations added to network in Germany coverage increases to 92%
- 77 A1 stations added in Austrian infrastructure
DKV Euro Service customers can now use their DKV CARD to pay for fuel and vehicle-related accessories at 150 additional Aral stations in Germany. Customers can also use their DKV CARD to settle fuels and (car) vehicle washes at 77 A1 brand stations in Austria. The supply network of DKV in Germany now includes 13,200 stations, which equals a network coverage of around 92%. The Aral stations can be found both via the DKV APP and the complimentary route planner DKV MAPS. Through this expansion the DKV infrastructure in Austria has grown to 1,411 stations.
“It’s our aim to offer our customers the highest service levels in the industry. A high network coverage of stations where the DKV CARD can be used is an important part of this strategy,” stated Neil White, Team Manager UK at DKV Euro Service. “With these additional 150 conveniently located Aral stations we have been able to further increase the attractiveness of our supply network.”
In Austria, A1 is operational in Steiermark, Kärnten, Burgenland and Ober-und 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,” added Neil. “In addition to high-quality fuels, our customers can also use the DKV CARD to pay for washing services and other vehicle-related services.”