Flower Station becomes the first company to adopt new vehicle management package

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Flower Station has become the first business to adopt Lightfoots new vehicle management package which aims to help drivers and managers easily identify vehicle faults and keep on top of vehicle maintenance. 

Flower Station was founded in 2001 as a local flower shop and has now grown into an established London brand. They decided to install Lightfoot in their fleet to reduce fuel costs and improve driver safety, choosing to adopt the full package which includes GPS tracking, driver perks and vehicle management. 

The vehicle management system consists of two main elements, including a live and automatically updated oversight of service, tax and MOT expiry dates which is accessible both by drivers and managers through a portal and allows for quick and easy scheduling, reduces administration time and increases fleet efficiency.

It also uses a connected vehicle functionality to automatically monitor and detect any vehicle faults. This alerts the driver and manager to any issues that have been logged in the vehicle’s on-board computers, including faults that might not have generated a fault light on the vehicle dashboard, and advises the user about the nature of the fault.  

Karl Bradley, Logistics Coordinator at Flower Station, said: “Flower Station is pleased to be the first to adopt this new package and to be working with Lightfoot to create smoother drivers. We will be able to quickly and easily monitor the health of our vehicle fleet and ensure that we remain at maximum efficiency.”