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Fleets offered 10 fleet management tools for less than £5 per month

The offer comes from Oxford-based online solutions provider Ebbon-Dacs and motor accessories supplier vGroup International in conjunction with their recently launched moDrive telematics solution. 

Through moDrive, fleet managers can:

  1. Capture all mileages
  2. Identify vehicle faults
  3. Anticipate when servicing is due
  4. Reduce wear and tear costs
  5. Identify expenses fraud
  6. Highlight rogue driving behaviours
  7. Monitor duty of care information
  8. Target fuel savings and monitor results
  9. Store unlimited amounts of data
  10. Have full connectivity of hardware

Put together, these tools allow fleet managers and other end users to run their fleets more efficiently and cost effectively as well as meeting legal requirements such as duty of care. 

The moDrive system is based around dealer-fit, black box hardware, currently utilisedby tens of thousands of vehicles throughout the UK. The firms add that, unlike many other systems on the market today, the system does not automatically include vehicle tracking, which they say is usually only required for on-road sales forces, light commercial vehicles and vehicle groups and can lead to driver privacy concerns, although location tracking functionality is available for fleets that want it. 

Vicky Arnold, Head of Sales at vGroup International, commented: ‘We are making this new offer with moDrive at what we believe is a realistic price per vehicle because we believe the fleet management tools it provides can play a huge part in the more efficient operation of many vehicle fleets. 

‘At the same time, Ebbon-Dacs’ existing Leaselink infrastructure and vGroup’s existing logistics infrastructure gives us a unique cost base and a unique customer offering, and allows us to keep the entry price for moDrive as cost-effective and low as possible,’ she said.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.