Mobile smart repair network Revive is to add specialist wheel repair vans to its fleet.
Alloy wheel repair has always been provided by Revive’s technicians operating from 105 vans tacross the country, but as the popularity of alloy wheels continues to soar, the demand for the service has increased.
It has resulted in Revive offering its technicians the opportunity to have a dedicated wheel van in addition to their existing fleet. Each van will be kitted out with all of the specialist equipment they need to carry out faster repairs to single or multiple wheels.
Revive was the first to have accredited technicians and its own Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) accredited training academy. The dedicated wheel service is the latest innovation, designed to meet the evolving needs of their fleet, dealership and private customers.
Mark Llewellyn, managing director of Revive, said: “Standing still has never been an option for us. To be a successful company we are continually evolving to be a step ahead, and the new specialist wheel vans will enable us to meet the surge in demand for mobile alloy wheel repairs.
"Revive technicians are fully trained on all aspects of smart repair including wheels and the standard of our work is such that we are the supplier of choice to carry out alloy wheel repairs for leading insurers, automotive trade and private motorists."
Revive specialises in repairing minor scuffs and scrapes to vehicle bodywork and alloy wheels.
Recent developments include partnering with Ford to deliver an intelligent repair programme across the Ford Accident Repair Centres (FARC) network and involvement in the Tesco Clubcard scheme.
Revive’s customers include Alfa Romeo Fiat, Lex Autolease and Mercedes. The company also works closely with the IMI to drive up standards and as a result has paved the way for smart repair to become a top quality alternative to bodyshops for minor vehicle damage.