Fleet Source significantly reduces audit cost to help more operators achieve DVSA Earned Recognition

Fleet Source significantly reduces audit cost to help more operators achieve DVSA Earned Recognition

 Fleet Source has significantly reduced the cost of Earned Recognition audits to help more fleet operators, particularly smaller operators, achieve the vital DVSA Earned Recognition accreditation.

 The company, which operates the UK’s largest fleet compliance audit team, is offering Earned Recognition audits, undertaken by its highly experienced audit team, from as little as £495 + VAT per company accreditation.

 “The DVSA Earned Recognition scheme gives fleet operators tangible proof that their operation meets driver and vehicle standards,” said Fleet Source CEO, Nick Caesari.

 "It demonstrates that you are an exemplary fleet operator, less likely to have your vehicles stopped for roadside inspections and Earned Recognition is fast becoming a key factor in bidding for contracts.

 “But for many operators, the price of the audit itself has been extremely expensive, with many approved audit suppliers charging in excessive of £1,000 per audit and some larger operators being quoted as much as £5,000 to have their audits conducted.

 We wanted to offer a fully inclusive package based on a company’s accreditation, with no hidden costs and not just based on an individual audit.”

 Fleet Source fully inclusive-packages are: 

  1. £495 + VAT for operators with 1-100 vehicles, a maximum 3 Operator Licences and a maximum of 5 operating centres.
  2. £995 + VAT for operators with 1-100 vehicles, a maximum 5 Operator Licences and a maximum of 20 operating centres.
  3. £1995 + VAT for operators with 101+ vehicles, a maximum 8 Operator Licences and 20+ operating centres.

 Nick added: “We believe that the cost of the audits has been a key limiting factor in the growth of the Earned Recognition scheme and we hope that by significantly reducing the audit cost and packaging into a simple, all-inclusive price for a company accreditation, it will encourage more fleet operators, particularly SMEs, to adopt this important scheme.

 

“We’re committed to doing everything we can to support fleet operators through the current crisis and beyond. Improving standards, but at a reduced cost to the fleet operator, is that the heart of our strategy.”

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