New service to help fleets save up to 30% on maintenance costs – Fleet World

By Team Writer / June 7, 2019

Fuel card services has announced a new service and the service is already reaping benefits for fleets because it is said to be helping fleets save up to 30 percent on parts and labor. This service is part of the company’s aim of delivering a solution that is all encompassing and all embracing for complete fleet management. Other benefits of the service is that it gives fleet managers direct access to a network of nationwide garages and it also offers savings that are highly competitive on servicing of fleets, maintenance work on fleets and trucks, repairs and also MOTs. The service uses discount rates that are pre-negotiated with fleet managers. Apart from the savings of 30 percent on parts and labor, the service also saves on a far reaching range of servicing work and maintenance work for fleet managers and drivers along with the replacement or repairs of tires and this benefits come without any joining fee, without any minimum contract to be signed, and also without any stipulated minimum number of vehicles. All costing and approval for costs are carried out online using an online system which is secure and these costs are validated using metrics like manufacturer data. Each work is approved with respect to the garage it is coming from.

Key Takeaways:

  • The pay-as-you-go solution is beneficial to fleet managers because it provides them with a garage network that is nationwide with competitive savings on fleet maintenance.
  • The service does not require fleet managers to pay a joining fee, neither is there a minimum contract or a minimum number set for the number of vehicles.
  • Some of the benefits that the service offers to users is that they get to receive invoices for consolidated fuel and maintenance as well as view their histories online.

“Costs are approved online, using a secure online system. Costings are validated by manufacturer data and work is approved directly with each garage. Users even receive calendar alerts so they don’t miss important servicing and MOT deadlines.”

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