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M6toll introduces three new product options

May 23, 2019
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Let’s be frank – nobody ever says they enjoy commuting. That daily grind to and from work can be frustrating, time-consuming and harmful to health for both the employee and the business.

UK workers suffer some of the longest daily commutes in the world and recent research has shown that the hours spent travelling can have a massive negative impact.

A study of more than 34,000 workers across all UK industries found those who commuted to work in under half an hour gained an additional seven days’ worth of productive time each year, compared to those with a commute of an hour or more.

Employers who can offer flexible or staggered start times are reaping the benefits of happier, more engaged staff – as well as helping to reduce fuel bills and create a healthier work-life balance for their workforce.

For those travelling through the Midlands, the quickest way to make a difference for the past 15 years has been to use the M6toll, avoiding the congested M6 motorway and other local routes.

We believe our road represents an easier, stress-free driving experience.

Less congestion makes for a safer drive. High quality and well-maintained roads make for a more reliable journey. And with the outside environment designed to be as eco-friendly as possible, you’ll be seeing green not red.

Now it is even easier for businesses to encourage their staff to use the M6toll. Following a successful trial period, we’ve launched three new product options with attractive savings for regular users.

Visit M6toll Savers to find out more and register your interest.

The products can be used all week, so whether you’re using the M6toll for a daily commute to work, visiting friends at the weekend or heading off on a family adventure, the M6toll will help you beat the queue.

You can read about another M6toll Trial Here.

To discuss which product is right for you, call our customer service team on 0330 660 0790 (Mon-Fri, 8.30am-5pm).

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