A protocol is needed to ensure that home delivery fleets do not place drivers or the public at additional risk from coronavirus, says FleetCheck. These fleets could serve an essential role in the next few months by ensuring that people who are self-isolating can easily access food and other essentials – but there is a possibility that drivers could be exposing themselves to risk as well as personally spreading the virus. Peter Golding, managing director
Localised franchise dealer networks are “likely to remain important to fleets” says fleet software specialist FleetCheck following news that more are to close. Peter Golding, managing director at FleetCheck, said that a long-term situation was being created where many businesses were having to travel further for routine servicing, maintenance and repair. “We’re not picking out any particular manufacturer here because it is effecting a number but this is something that appears to be happening without
Two appointments have been made this week to the software development team at fleet management software specialist FleetCheck. Simon Kelly has been named as IT team leader. He has an 18-year track record in the IT sector and will line manage the core software team of three developers and one tester, reporting to IT director Neil Avent. His role will include facilitating collaboration and communication with other teams within the company, leading the prioritisation of
The two millionth inspection using a FleetCheck app designed to increase fleet safety for cars, vans, HGVs, buses and coaches has taken place this week. The Vehicle Inspection App was introduced in April 2017 and creates the means for drivers and fleet managers to schedule, carry out, confirm, follow-up and audit all kinds of legally-required inspections from daily walkarounds to weekly or monthly checks. It has been continually enhanced, notably to incorporate a range of