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Kwik-Fit launches new servicing initiative

KWIK-FIT Fleet has launched a new vehicle servicing and maintenance booking initiative to bring together its mobile and static servicing networks.

Called Fleet Service Plus, drivers can book servicing through one dedicated telephone or email booking facility and then opt to either take their vehicle to a static site or use a mobile technician.

Drivers have a choice of 120 Kwik-Fit Hometune mobile units and 100 Stop'n'Steer static service outlets nationwide to choose from, while fleet managers benefit from one account number and monthly invoice and a single labour rate. Fleet Service Plus is available for fleets of cars, car-derived vans and panel vans.

Tony Kenny, product director of Fleet Service Plus, said: 'We have made getting vehicles serviced much easier for busy fleet managers.'

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