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GECFS goes direct to buyers

GE CAPITAL Fleet Services is trying to boost its 'Drive It, Buy It' ex-fleet car sales programme by contacting hundreds of company car drivers.

The firm is emailing drivers it has on record who expressed an interest in buying their cars once they had reached the end of the contract, but took no further action.

Steve Taylor, GE Capital Fleet Services' managing director, said: 'If we can find out the reason why they didn't buy the vehicle then we can improve our offering.

'We believe the chance to buy your company car at the end of its contract, complete with 12 months' AA Roadside Assistance, 21 month warranty and a finance option vie GE Capital Woodchester is already a very good package.'

The first five people to respond to the email questionnaire will receive a UK route planner CD-ROM.

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