Fleetdrive Electric will be heading to Freight in the City Spring Summit next month to share its experience in ultra-low-emission vehicle (ULEV) leasing packages.

A ‘Go Ultra Low’ company, the firm said its team’s extensive knowledge of ULEVs can provide vital support and guidance for fleets looking to make the switch to electric.

Offering a free and impartial fleet analysis, Fleetdrive Electric can identify practical operational uses where electric vehicles could generate long-term savings for an organisation.

It can deliver advanced CO2 reporting, cost-comparisons with petrol/diesel alternatives to highlight the whole-life vehicle costs and efficiencies, and offer effective recommendations to reduce the environmental impact of a client’s fleet.

The company can also identify the most suitable vehicles available for your business needs, offer information about charging options and grants, ensure you get optimum performance from an electric vehicle and support you with practical operational advice.

Fleetdrive offers all makes and models of cars and vans available in the UK and, being completely independent of any manufacturer or franchised dealer group, said it provides unbiased advice to make sure you get the best value for money.

Driver training is also offered, as well as carbon footprint monitoring and accurate forecasting data.

“Our unique EV flexi-lease service enables fleet operators looking to explore how electric vehicles can realistically add benefit to their organisation to take a trial on a commitment-free flexible lease arrangement,” a spokeswoman said.

“With extendable contracts from as little as 30 days, electric cars and vans can be tried and tested within a practical environment to fully assess the feasibilities. It also provides an eco-friendly solution for short-term vehicle rental.”

Fleetdrive Electric will be on hand to talk to visitors about making the switch to ULEVs at Freight in the City Spring Summit held on 1 March at Edgbaston Stadium.

Make sure to reserve your free place today!

By David Craik