PETRON Corporation strongly supports the government efforts to help the Public Utility Jeepney (PUJ) sector. PETRON stations accept Pantawid Pasada Card distributed by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Department of Energy (DOE) in 740 PETRON service stations nationwide.
These stations are visibly marked with a Pantawid Pasada Program (PPP) signage and are located along high-traffic transport routes. Cardholders just need to present their cards to any service station attendant for proper identification and validation before fueling up with diesel.
On top of this, PUJ drivers can still use their Petron Super Driver Card (SDC) to earn special bonus points, discounts with merchant partners, and instant cash back in terms of peso points for every purchase of fuels, lubricants, and Gasul in Petron service stations. ThePetron Super Driver Card can be availed in Petron stations across the country. SDC cardholders are also entitled to free 24/7 towing and roadside assistance, P10,000 personal accident insurance, and P1,000 medical reimbursement. The SDC, which has nearly 500,000 users nationwide, can be utilized in over 2,100 Petron service stations.
“As the leading Filipino-owned oil company, we fully support the government’s move to provide this needed relief in diesel prices to public utility jeepneys and the riding public,” Petron President and CEO Ramon S. Ang said. “With our top-quality fuels and loyalty programs such as the Super Driver Card, our customers can be sure that they get the most out of every liter in terms of mileage, engine protection, and rewards.”
In 2003, Petron was the first oil company to introduce a discount scheme for the public transport sector in selected stations along major thoroughfares in response to rising prices. To give more benefits to the transport sector, the company also launched a rewards program in 2014 to give bonus points to purchase fuels, special discounts, and free personal accident insurance.
Petron has the widest network of service stations in the country at 2,400 – larger than its three next competitors combined.
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