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Affinity Vehicle Leasing appoints Selsia

Affinity Vehicle Leasing has appointed Selsia Vehicle Accident Centres in an arrangement which will see Selsia repairers deliver bodywork rectification services as well as source new vehicles for Selsia’s retail customers.

The arrangement will see Affinity Vehicle Leasing offering end of lease bodywork rectification services to its customers through special rates using Selsia’s online SameDay’s QuickQuote service. This will help customers avoid paying end of lease penalty charges for damaged bodywork which is considered above BVRLA fair wear and tear guidelines.

Affinity Vehicle Leasing is also making low priced courtesy car deals available for Selsia repairers and these are being communicated to repairers as and when the deals are made available from the motor manufacturers or finance companies.

Commenting on the collaboration, Selsia marketing director, Neil Marcus commented “Affinity Vehicle Leasing has an enviable client base of the UK’s leading blue chip companies and organisations. Selsia’s professional repairer network will deliver an outstanding accident repair service. We are delighted to be working with the Affinity team.”

Affinity Leasing’s marketing director, Michelle Howles, said “we are pleased to be able to offer our customers a cost effective and convenient way of rectifying any damage during or at the end of their leases. Our business model also fits perfectly with Selsia’s customer base and bodyshop network to be able to supply their customers’ vehicles on personal or business leases and support them internally with new courtesy cars."

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