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Latest fleet telematics solutions now available to Lookers Leasing customers

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Lookers Leasing is to offer its contract hire and leasing customers in data-led telematics under a tie-up with Trakm8.

Lookers Leasing will offer its customers access to Trakm8’s wide range of vehicle cameras, integrated telematics cameras and plug-in telematics solutions

The deal will bring fleets access to Trakm8’s wide range of vehicle cameras, integrated telematics cameras and plug-in telematics solutions. This includes the Connectedcare solution, which gives fleet managers access to detailed vehicle status and health data insights.

The solutions on offer will enable fleets to enhance fleet efficiency and productivity and cut downtime, as well as help improve road safety, identify training opportunities for drivers and even cut fleet insurance premiums.

Andrew Pace, head of fleet services at Lookers Leasing, said: “The role of data in assessing the efficiency of fleets and its drivers is becoming more and more important, so it’s imperative that we are able to offer our customers the latest innovations and technologies in fleet management solutions. By partnering with Trakm8, we can deliver more for our customers by providing them with an extensive range of data-led telematics solutions to ensure their fleets are running as effectively as possible.”

The partnership is the latest to be signed by Trakm8 as it looks to expand the reach of its telematics and camera solutions and show fleets how they can bring comprehensive benefits post-lockdown.

Chris Horbowyj, channel sales director at Trakm8, said: “Lookers Leasing is part of an established and well-respected market-leading vehicle dealer group and a great addition to our extensive client portfolio. We’re excited to be working closely with the business to ensure it can meet all the fleet management needs of its large customer base.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 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. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news.