Over 23,000 Cork motorists now registered with eFlow

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The percentage of eFlow registered drivers in Cork is increasing. ****

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Latest figures from eFlow, Ireland’s leading toll solutions provider, show that over 23,000 or 10% of Cork’s motorists are registered with eFlow.****

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As a registered tag account customer, Cork motorists benefit from automatic toll payment on all toll roads in Ireland. Others have opted for a video account for use on the free flow tolling system on Dublin’s M50.****

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Commenting on the figures, Simon McBeth, Director of Communications and Customer Relations at eFlow said that ‘strong registration figures in Cork are down to a number of factors. ****

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‘Many residents use the M8 and the M9 during their commute to work every day. It makes sense for these drivers to have an account and benefit from automatic toll payment, taking the hassle out of travelling. Drivers can use the express lane on all toll roads, saving them time and the need to carry coins.****

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‘Customers are seeing further benefits of becoming tag registered, given the reduced toll charges on Dublin’s M50 for eFlow customers,’ said Mr McBeth.****

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In 2011, eFlow introduced a loyalty scheme for its customers. The eFlow rewardcard provides special offers on a range of products and services to their 540,000-plus customers.****

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‘I think that the rewardcard has attracted more customers since its launch in 2011. We have seen over 9,000 people in Cork register with eFlow in the last two years. This is likely down to the type of savings that customers are making. We ensure our rewards are practical and up-to-date. ****

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‘The discounts are on everyday needs such as tyre replacements, glass repairs and taxi services, with some shopping and hotel deals too. We continue to add to these rewards on a monthly basis. Customers should ensure they register for the email notifications so that they do not miss out. Every registered Cork customer has a rewardcard – as registrations continue to increase, we are happy to be able to give something back to our Cork-based customers in a way that makes a difference to their pocket’, Mr McBeth concluded.

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