Accident Management

Motor accidents cause major disruption to both the individuals involved and the businesses that they work for. With almost a quarter of a million individuals affected by significant accidents each year all organisations are likely to be impacted at some point.

To help keep your fleet on the road we offer a free of charge Accident Management service that removes the burden of accidents.

With just one call to our dedicated helpline the process of getting your vehicle and driver back on the road begins. And, as it’s available 24/7, you have peace of mind whatever schedule you work to. From vehicle recovery to managing repairs and even dealing with insurance companies the whole incident is taken care of.

Our nationwide network of approved repairers can arrange collection and delivery of the vehicle or even a mobile repair. They’ll also keep you informed of progress and provide detailed reporting of the work carried out.

To find out more about how our Accident Management service can help you reduce costs and keep your drivers mobile, just get in touch.

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