New law: Automated devices to work at all petrol stations

June 8, 2010 13:52


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The Knesset finance committee today authorized a law which will require the petrol companies to have a single automatic petrol device such as the 'Dalkan' or 'Pazomat'.  The devices are popular in company cars and enable a centralized deal with petrol suppliers.

At the moment each company has its own device meaning that companies which have an arrangement with one petrol company, can't use rival petrol stations.  The new law will enable owners who operate the devices to use more then one petrol supplier.

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