Selsia launches Mobile Services

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5th April 2017

To help keep fleet vehicles on the road, Selsia has introduced a nationwide, centrally managed mobile repair service for cars, vans and heavy commercial vehicles.

Selsia Mobile Services offers on-site, menu priced bodywork repairs for small area damage to cars and vans. For HGVs and other specialist bodied vehicles, Selsia can repair or replace wing mirrors, steps, underrun bars, beacons, light lenses, indicators, mud guards, bumper caps and other types of small area damage.  

Included in Selsia’s nationwide Mobile Services is 24/7 reporting and repair deployment, triage services, online repair management and quality fixed menu priced repairs for car and van bodywork. For heavy commercial and specialist bodied vehicle mobile repairs, Selsia offers a fixed call out charge and a fixed labour rate which covers one way mileage and repairs. Temporary repairs can also be carried out.

Another major advantage for all types and sizes of vehicles is that if repairs are out of scope for a mobile service, Selsia will automatically redeploy the repair to one of its 170 approved, fixed site repairers. As with all of Selsia’s repairs, central invoicing and online repair management of repairs is included in the service.

Commenting on the launch, Selsia’s marketing director, Neil Marcus said “our objective at Selsia is to minimise vehicle loss of use for our clients. With Mobile Services, we have adapted our internal call handling systems and appointed the most professional repairers with whom we will centrally manage this important new service. Carrying out repairs at our customers’ depots and other locations will substantially reduce vehicle loss of use”       



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