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Fleets urged to upload Mazda data


Mazda is urging fleets to upload service records for their cars on to its digital database.

The manufacturer ditched the traditional service booklet on all new cars registered after July 1, 2006, but now wants to ensure that fleets, and especially those with their own workshops, are submitting service data to the digital service record (DSR) system to ensure the car maintains a full service history.

Mazda fleet and remarketing director James Hopkins said: “We are calling on all fleet operators that have SMR work undertaken outside of our authorised repairer network to be proactive in registering themselves and encouraging their service agents to register.

“By doing this fleets are protecting the residual value of their Mazda vehicles and
fulfilling their duty-of-care obligations.”

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