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FleetEurope chooses Selsia as accident repair partner

FleetEurope has chosen vehicle management company Selsia as its accident repair partner. 

Customers and clients of FleetEurope are now able to take advantage of the extensive Selsia repairer network of 90 approved car, van and commercial vehicle accident repair centres across the UK.

There are no charges for the management of repairs with either company, unlike traditional accident managers.  All associated repairers are approved and audited, with all repair work guaranteed and warrantied.

Clients will benefit from the new partnership with consolidated central invoicing and reduced administration times and costs. Also, they are able to take advantage of Selsia’s 24/7, 365 days-a-year notification and nationwide recovery service. The online repair management service gives fleets complete control, providing estimate governance and repair progress monitoring. 

FleetEurope’s operations manager Mike Cooke said: “In partnering with Selsia, we have strengthened our accident repair management services which we are now actively promoting to our current and prospective customer base.

Selsia’s marketing director Neil Marcus, added; “Selsia and FleetEurope’s approach to the fleet and leasing sector are very closely related; this makes for a fantastic partnership, not just for Selsia and FleetEurope, but for their customers. They can now take full advantage of superior accident management services, with reduced times and costs and the full peace of mind of a guaranteed and warrantied repair almost anywhere in the UK.”


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