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Electric van maker Arrival is setting up a service and repair network for its electric vans. Called the Arrival Service Network Program, four partners have been appointed in Europe and four in the U.S. These initial partners will provide fleets with the service and repair back.

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Preventive Maintenance Costs Increase 3-5% in 2021

A variety of factors converged to exert upward pressure on preventive maintenance costs, such as longer vehicle service lives due to limited product availability, the ongoing transition to synthetic oils, and higher labor rates to attract scarce technicians.

Preventative Maintenance Costs Increase 3-5% in 2021

Many factors converged to exert upward pressure on PM costs, such as longer vehicle service lives due to limited product availability; the ongoing transition to synthetic oils; and higher labor rates to attract scarce technicians.

Unscheduled Maintenance Costs Increase 3% in CY-2021

Part and labor prices have increased 4-8%, while part and labor availability have decreased. Due to difficulties sourcing replacement vehicles, fleets are keeping units in service longer, causing repair spend to increase in 2021

Fleet Professionals Weigh-in on Cost Pressures

Automotive Fleet views itself as a facilitator to provide a platform for different voices from the industry to sound-off on today’s challenges. This regular column is designed to encourage discourse for fleet professionals to let their voices be heard to their peers and other industry professionals. Here is what is top of mind for fleet professionals on the upward pressure on fleet costs.

Fleet Professionals Weigh-in on Key Industry Issues

I watched the State of the Industry video for the week of July 13, 2021, that was entitled “Fleet Manager Uncertainty About MY-2022.”  Good show! I couldn’t have said any of this any better, especially the  part dealing with 2022 incentives.

Book MOT And Workshop Repairs - Or Risk Vehicle Downtime, Warns ATS Euromaster

With a surging economy growing 4.8% in Q2, and a labor market on the rebound, fleets in the UK are going back to business as companies re-emerge from the virus pandemic lockdown. However, this quickly opening economy could hit the buffers as vehicle and supply shortages, along with a surge in demand for MOTs and servicing, could force vehicles off the road through unwanted vehicle downtime.

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