Software, mileage capture and integrated telematics-camera are among the tools Auto Windscreens' Shaun Atton has adopted, cutting costs by more than £150,000.
Steve Openshaw, group fleet and transport manager at Eric Wright Group, likes to lead by example.
Auto Windscreens has made wholesale changes to its fleet operation which have resulted in improved compliance and safety standards.
Auto Windscreens is installing calibration machines for vehicles with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features at its sites, following a growth in demand.
Auto Windscreens has launched drop-in sessions to support its staff to offset their personal motoring and transport CO2 footprints through BP’s not-for-profit Target Neutral programme.
Auto Windscreens has become Co-op Insurance’s preferred vehicle glass repair and replacement provider after agreeing a three-year deal.
A new, in-house driver training programme is being rolled out by Auto Windscreens to improve its technicians’ on-road practices.
Thatcham Research is urging the industry to collaborate to ensure the safe calibration of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
Auto Windscreens has announced that Rupert Armitage will step down from his position as managing director, as former operations director James MacBeth takes up the role.
Auto Windscreens has announced Sam Edge as its new director of business development.
Auto Windscreens has predicting a 10% drop in its annual fleet insurance and fuel bill using an integrated video telematics solution.
Auto Windscreens has again highlighted the importance of correct recalibration of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to ensure driver safety.
Autoglass hits back after Volvo recommends fleets use its technicians and windscreens to maintain vehicle safety standards.
By Rupert Armitage, managing director, Auto Windscreens
Auto Windscreens has announced that in the last twelve months it has recycled a staggering 1,246 tonnes of vehicle glass.
An increasing number of vehicles fitted with ADAS are an ‘accident waiting to happen’ following a windscreen replacement, the managing director of Auto Windscreens has warned.
Auto Windscreens technician Steve Abrahams has become the first UK vehicle glass repairer to gain EV certification from GQA Qualifications.
Auto Windscreens has introduced EV charging points across its network in what it believes to be a UK first, for a vehicle glass repair company.
Auto Windscreens has launched its new elite technician division and recruitment drive to find the “crème de la crème” in automotive glass repair.
Auto Windscreens has reduced its rates for recalibrating the sensors used in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) by 12%.
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