For the last three years ATS has been providing MFL with tyre related services from its nationwide centres and also via its mobile fitting centre and call and collect service.
The new agreement will see ATS delivering customer information and analysis to MFL through a monthly telemarketing campaign as well as management reports from its customer service centre. MFL has also extended its contract with Kwik-Fit Fleet, which sees MFL take advantage of its Stop 'n' Steer centres.
MFL runs more than 390,000 vehicles on behalf of disabled charity Motability and benefits from major discounts to make the cars affordable to people in receipt of the higher rate of the mobility allowance. MFL started to take maintenance risk for its fleet in March 1999, replacing a system where dealerships were responsible for maintaining vehicles for a fixed monthly fee.