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A new pay-as-you-go (PAYG) affinity partnership has been announced between the AA and fleet software specialist FleetCheck. The new initiative is designed to offer FleetCheck’s more than 1,300 customers the opportunity to access the AA’s breakdown recovery services at preferential rates based on a range of menu pricing options. Andy Kirby, customer success director at FleetCheck, explained: “We have been aware for a while that many of our customers wanted to put a recovery arrangement
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New Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidance covering gig economy and contractor drivers marks a “potential major expansion” for fleet responsibilities, says FleetCheck. The fleet software specialist points out that a wide range of businesses could potentially be affected by the newly-revised Driving at Work document, which describes core legal standards that all fleets should be meeting. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said: “We have been arguing for some time that everyone from courier
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Drivers taking delivery of their first electric company car need guidance and policy from their employer on the public charging options available to them and their cost, says FleetCheck The fleet software specialist points out that, while most employers are ensuring that staff have some form of charger installed at home, they are often leaving drivers to their own devices when using public facilities. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said: “With the rapid electrification
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A new MOT deal has been negotiated between FleetCheck and the Prestige Fleet Servicing ahead of an expected glut of demand for tests in September. It is estimated that an additional 580,000 MOTs will be needed this month thanks to deferrals made earlier in the pandemic.* Analysis by Prestige Fleet Servicing estimates a total of five and a half million cars legally deferred their MOT. Andy Kirby, customer success director at FleetCheck, explained: “From our