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Concept aims to add value with accident assist

Surrey-based leasing broker Concept Vehicle Leasing has confirmed the addition of two new Accident Assistance products to enhance its range of products and services.

The first, Essential Accident Assist will be made available to all clients of Concept Vehicle Leasing (new and existing), and will play an essential role in supporting any client who becomes involved in an accident through no fault of their own.

The service aims to reduce the burden of dealing with an accident, as well as providing legal support along with a comparable replacement vehicle.

For slightly larger fleets, Concept clients will have the opportunity to upgrade to Complete Accident Assist, which provides support in the event of any accident, act of vandalism or theft and is entirely bespoke to each client.

With full repair management, a replacement vehicle and class leading online facilities, Complete Accident Assist hopes to become one of the sectors leading accident management services.

Paul Bulloch, managing director at Concept, said: “Our approach to business has always centred on adding value to our client proposition.

“These new services are born from client demand, and firmly reflect our ability to listen and to adapt to our client requirements, ensuring they have all required services under one roof.”

Both services have been structured in conjunction with accident management provider Bankstone Advantage and will operate on a 24/7/365 basis through a dedicated Concept Driverline.

 


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