Formally known as Fleet 1st, Fleet Priority Services has introduced its North American collision repair network for light, medium, heavy duty and recreational vehicles.
“Unfortunately, you never know when or where the next accident will happen,” said Bill Hinchcliffe, executive director of Fleet Priority Services. “With Fleet Priority Services, you call one toll free number and we’ll connect you to over 350 quality heavy vehicle collision repair facilities throughout the United States and Canada”.
Originally established in 2002 as Fleet 1st, the organization recently changed its name to Fleet Priority Services to accurately reflect its full range of collision repair solutions for North American fleets.
“We’ll manage the entire collision repair process,” saids Amy Stevens, Operations Manager for Fleet Priority Services. “We arrange for towing, make backhaul arrangements for non-immediate transfer of damaged vehicles, and most important, make sure your vehicle ends up at the collision repair facility that specializes in the work you need done.”
To ensure high quality repairs, its network members must pass a rigorous shop inspection, undergo personnel interviews, complete a detailed application and prove they are fully insured. In addition to these strict criteria, staff auditors have over 20 years of body shop experience and an additional 18 years of truck and heavy equipment appraisal history.
“When you work with Fleet Priority Services, you’re dealing with professionals in the commercial vehicle collision repair business,” commented Bill Hinchcliffe. “They know what it takes to get the job done fast and right, the first time.”