The new process will now only be asking three question (email address, password and current vehicle) before users can gain full access to road tests, car comparator, car tax calculator, business mileage tracker, route planner and much more.
Instead of asking drivers which car they might choose next in the registration process, we now give drivers the chance to add a vehicle from a road test.
The drivers can read a road test and if they decide they are considering it as their next car they can click on a link above the car’s picture and it will be saved to their details in the MyCCD area.
The CompanyCarDriver forum, where drivers can help each other with day-to-day problems, has also changed.
Drivers are now only asked if they want to use an anonymous nickname when they start or reply to a topic.
All these measures have been taken to ensure users can gain access to the free website as quickly as possible.
First CCD Recommend-a-Colleague winner
THE first winner of CompanyCarDriver’s ‘Recommend a colleague’ competition has been chosen.
Hull-based Paul Rennison, Energas’s safety manager, which has a fleet of 80 cars, won a TomTom GO 700, after he recommended CCD to five of his colleagues. The satellite navigation system will go in his Ford Focus C-MAX TDCi.
The rolling competition has started again and the next winner will be drawn on April 30.