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Body damage is the most common issue identified in commercial vehicle safety checks, according to software specialist FleetCheck.
More than 100 new customers have signed up to fleet software specialist FleetCheck so far in 2018, marking the company’s best-ever start to the year.
A new online service that could save SMEs up to 30% on maintenance and repair costs is to debut from FleetCheck at this year’s CV Show.
Fleet software company FleetCheck has appointed commercial vehicle specialist Richard Waiton as a director of the board.
FleetCheck’s Walkaround Check App is now helping fleets to complete more than 1,000 vehicle safety checks a day less than a year since its launch.
A software tool that could cut costs for fleet operators by preventing automatic renewal of rolling fleet supplier contracts is to be introduced by FleetCheck.
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The Freight Transport Association has signed up to FleetCheck’s partner programme with a host of initiatives planned for the future.
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck is offering customers access to a number of Freight Transport Association resources in a move to help them raise operational standards.
Mercedes-Benz Vans has teamed up with the Freight Transport Association (FTA) and FleetCheck to offer compliance software for small to medium fleets.
A growing number of fleet drivers are starting to treat walkaround checks on company vehicles as a ‘tick box’ exercise resulting in possible risk management issues for fleets as a result.
FleetCheck’s Walkaround Check App for commercial vehicles has achieved more than 1,000 downloads in its first 60 days on sale.
CV fleets are likely to be hit hardest by anti-diesel measures due to a lack of alternatives available.
Fleets leasing cars and vans with an inclusive maintenance package need to put robust systems in place to ensure the work is actually being carried out.
Fleets running sub-3.5 tonne LCVs are being urged to consider introducing some practices from larger vans even though they are not strictly legally necessary.
Fleets need to use a combination of incentives and enforcement to fight driver complacency over walkaround checks.
Businesses running back-up vans to their main fleet without applying normal health and safety rules are being warned of the dangers.
A new app created to provide a simple yet robust way of carrying out essential commercial vehicle safety checks is to be launched by FleetCheck at this year’s CV Show.