Leasys UK has announced a new deal which will give its customers access to the Allstar Chargepass payment solution.

Allstar Chargepass will allow Leasys customers to pay for EV charging and traditional fuels on the same card, with a consolidated HMRC-compliant invoice for all eligible fuel and electric charging transactions.

The leasing company, a joint venture between Stellantis and Crédit Agricole Personal Finance & Mobility, says its customers will also have access to the Allstar Homecharge service, which automatically pays for fleet drivers’ home charging costs directly to their energy supplier.

Leasys UK managing director Matthew Boswell said: “This new strategic partnership with Allstar enhances our already market-leading offering, providing our customers access to one of the UK’s largest combined networks, all via a single solution, Allstar Chargepass. 

“We’re always looking to enhance our customer offering, providing simple solutions that will make a big difference for businesses and fleets. This latest solution will give drivers greater flexibility and control, while also making EV leases more accessible.”

Paul Holland, managing director of UK fleet for Allstar’s parent company Corpay, said: “We’re delighted to announce our partnership with Leasys UK. Allstar Chargepass provides Leasys’ customers with a combined payment solution for all of their fuel and EV charging requirements. 

“With comprehensive reporting, controls and more, our solution does it all and there simply is no competition. 

“As our product suite and fuel and EV networks continue to expand, our vision and aims align with that of Leasys, making Allstar Chargepass the product of choice.”