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Nurse Plus adds four Seat Leon SE Technology models to fleet

Nurse Plus

National care provider Nurse Plus has increased its fleet of Seats - which already included 30 Mii city cars - with four Leon SE Technology models.

The Leons will be used for a broad range of care delivery duties, from visits to residential care homes and hospitals as well as domiciliary homecare services.

Seat has supplied cars to Nurse Plus for the past three years. The company operates on a pool car basis which ensures that cars are always available for client visits which for domiciliary services in particular can be around the clock.

Pamela Bruce, managing director at Nurse Plus, said: “The service we have received from Seat has been absolutely spot on from selecting the cars to aftersales. Seat delivered everything on time.

“Reliability is crucial, as clients are dependent on our care services and staff will often travel alone to remote parts of the country.

“The feeling of solidity to the cars is very reassuring, and the fact we’ve had no complaints from the team so far really demonstrates the quality of the product."


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