Twelve new businesses have become part of the partner programme at FleetCheck so far in 2017.
It brings the total number of partners working with us to 37, including telematics providers, service and maintenance specialists, leasing companies and many others.
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Many employers choose to lease their cars and vans with an inclusive maintenance package. It’s a good idea, helping to spread the cost of maintenance and removing managerial issues of having to look for suppliers.
However, just because you have chosen “with maintenance”, you should not assume that your vehicles are actually being maintained.
Continue reading “Are “with maintenance” vehicles being maintained?”
As you probably know, commercial vehicles weighing less then 3.5 tonnes fall outside of the scope of a DVSA operator licence. They still need frequent, scheduled checks under law, but they are not subject to the same kind of more stringent regulation.
Continue reading “Why your vans might need more regular checks”
The walkaround check is very much at the frontline of risk management for fleets, whether it is a simple tyres, levels and lights check for a company car driver or the more formal and controlled checks that commercial vehicle drivers have to complete under VOSA regulations.
What these checks have in common is that they are prone to complacency over time, that drivers start to tick the boxes without really looking properly at the areas they are supposed to be inspecting.
Continue reading “Why you need to keep “walkaround” checks interesting”
As a company, we have just been asked to take part in a DVSA pilot scheme that could transform how businesses approach fleet compliance.
Called “Earned Recognition”, it provides commercial vehicle fleets who can prove good compliance track records with the possibility of reducing the number of inspections they undergo plus a range of other benefits.
Continue reading “DVSA to revolutionise fleet compliance”