Updated: Jan 21
The year 2021 is set to be tough on budgets with many increases in daily living costs expected. The cost of diesel and petrol is, once more, going up in price. In February, petrol is expected to increase by 80c a litre and diesel will increase about 61c a litre.
This increase will again place a strain on taxi owners who are already struggling to cover costs.
BTCorp has a means to assist. Through BP participating service stations, we will give you back 70 cents per litre of diesel and 14 cents per litre of petrol purchased.
For example, a taxi uses about 1000 litres of fuel every month. So, if you buy 1000 litres of diesel a month, you get back R700 on your diesel spend and R140 on your petrol spend.
There are no lower or upper limits. Whatever your spend is, you get cash back.
In addition, a fuel management system allows you to monitor and manage your fuel spending. It’s all there for you to see.
How do you obtain the cashback?
Fill in your business details and your taxi’s details and create an account.
After you have completed this quick approval process and deposited some funds, you select a location to pick up your disc from the list provided.
Place the disc on your taxi’s windscreen and you are good to go.
The fuel MUST be bought at the participating service station.
The cash back accumulated each month is credited to your account.
What a win.