Brexit Fleet Maintenance


Whether Brexit’s hard or soft, it isn’t going to be easy on fleet maintenance budgets. With so many parts and labour) coming from Europe, costs will rise.

Savvy fleet managers aren’t waiting.

They’re seeing how to reduce spend without affecting service. One solution that’s gaining traction is MyService.Expert – part of a suite of fleet management tools called My Fleet Hub.

MyService.Expert gives fleet managers and drivers direct access to a network of garages across the UK offering discounts on servicing, maintenance, and MOTs. It’s pay-as-you-go, accessible from anywhere and already saving fleets up to 30% on parts and labour. And to keep things simple, the discounted rates are pre-negotiated.

Brexit Fleet MaintenanceFleets can also save on a range of other servicing and maintenance work including tyre replacements and repairs.

There’s no joining fee, no minimum contract, and no minimum number of vehicles.

MyService.Expert provides consolidated fuel and maintenance invoices, monthly reporting, and vehicle service histories viewable online. Pricing is validated by manufacturer data and work is approved directly with each garage. Users even receive calendar alerts so they don’t miss important servicing and MOT deadlines.

Efficiently running engines use less fuel, improves MPG, leading to greater savings for managers.

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Brexit Impact

The Brexit effect, and what to do about it.

Whether you’re for it or against it, the uncertainty of Brexit has caused “enormous damage” said the SMMT.

And whether or not things are going to get better, there’s every sign they’re going to get harder first. Especially if we crash out with no deal(s) in place at all.

One thing is sure: running a fleet isn’t about to get cheaper.

But it’s not all doom and gloom for fleets. In fact, there are several ways to start reducing the cost of running commercial vehicles right now.

The first step? Read the latest issue of Fleet Matters, now available for download, and find out.

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UK Road Safety Week to focus on ‘Step up for Safe Streets’

November 18th to 24th will see the return of UK Road Safety Week, with this year’s theme being ‘Step up for Safe Streets’.

Organised by Brake and sponsored by Specsavers and the Department for Transport, the week-long campaign aims to improve road safety awareness up and down the country.

Preparing for the future of UK road safety

Joshua Harris, director of campaigns for Brake, the road safety charity, said: “Road Safety Week provides a unique opportunity, every year, to focus the public, organisations’ and policymakers’ attention on the vital issue of road safety.”

In 2019, the campaign will focus on how forward-thinking design for both roads and vehicles can help to stop human error from causing death or serious injury.

It also aims to highlight the importance of leading healthier lifestyles and will promote walking and cycling, as well as ensuring the air we breathe is cleaner through improved emissions standards and limits.

Campaigners and action groups will be taking part in events throughout Road Safety Week this year, with resources for all those who would like to take part in support of the annual campaign to be available from September.

Jenny Smith, general manager for Tele-Gence, commented: “Road safety should be a top priority for every motorist, so it pays to remember the precious lives that are put at risk when drivers fail to act responsibly behind the wheel.”

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BP Service Station Update

Fuel Card Services are pleased to welcome two new sites where our BP fuel cards can be used and confirm that two sites have recently reopened after work to refresh and update facilities.

Opposite Anfield football stadium in Liverpool, Priory Service Station – L4 2SL opens next week. This is not a Bunker site however it does offer a high canopy as well as a range of food and drink options.

Euro Garages Stevenage Service Station – SG1 2FS joined the BP network this month and is located just off Junction 7 of the A1M. This is a non-bunker and non-HGV suitable site with a range of quality food brands to choose from for a refreshing stop.

After 6 months closed Great Torrington SF Connect – EX38 8EJ reopened on 22nd July. The site is located on the A386 and offers drivers a great M&S stop on their route.

Additionally, Bridgend Garage – KY15 7HY recently reopened with a brand new HGV lane. This site is situated on the A92 and now suitable for HGV’s – please note however this is not currently a Bunker site.

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Fuel Card Services are pleased to welcome two new sites where our BP fuel cards can be used and confirm that two sites have recently reopened after work to refresh and update facilities.

Happy Fleet, Happy Fleet Manager

To maintain a happy and hardworking fleet, it’s vital to give your employees a healthy working environment including reasonable and flexible working hours, sufficient training and support, health and safety policies and worthwhile benefits. While most of these will be elements that fall under HR’s remit, fleet managers have an opportunity to offer their drivers something extra with a reward scheme linked to their fuel card.

There are lots of loyalty schemes out there but BP has created something a little different from most, focusing on making every day brighter. Recent research, commissioned by the BPme Rewards loyalty programme, reveals that a good night’s sleep, a free coffee and a delicious treat are just some of the things that make us feel good day to day. This proves that the simple things in life can put a smile on your face and there is no reason that this shouldn’t ring true in the workplace. 

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BP’s new loyalty scheme lets drivers reward themselves in store with simple pleasures such as money off a coffee or a chocolate bar to brighten up their day. Fleet drivers can use their BP Plus fuel card from Fuel Card Services to earn points every time they fill up and have the chance to earn little treats as well as big rewards in store and from the online catalogue. This is a simple way for fleet managers to empower their drivers and ensure a happy and rewarding experience for them at no extra cost to their business.

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