Cox Automotive announces new Mobility Fleet Services

Cox Automotive announces new Mobility Fleet Services

Cox Automotive announced the introduction of Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services, representing an evolution of its full-service fleet solutions across scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, previously delivered in conjunction with industry leaders Dickinson Fleet Services and Interstate Truck Center. By operating under one unified brand, Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services will deliver a more holistic offering of on-site, emergency mobile and shop services for light, medium and heavy-duty trucks and trailers, the company noted. Benefits include:

  • Introducing new FleeTec Academy locations – Focused on creating the next generation of elite technicians, Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services has plans to double its FleeTec Academy locations in 2022. This builds on the success of its flagship training program in Indianapolis, as well as the opening of the group’s Phoenix-based FleeTec Academy in November 2021.
  • Expanding local market footprint – Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services will continue its aggressive expansion efforts with investments focused on strengthening the company’s preventative scheduled maintenance and 24/7 emergency mobile service presence across the U.S. With its two most recent acquisitions – Mobile Fleetcare in the San Francisco Bay Area, and MobiCare in Jacksonville, Fla. – Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services’ coast-to-coast coverage received a significant boost in the last six months alone.
  • Advancing the future of fleets – This brand evolution will accelerate fleet-focused product and technology development, working across Cox Automotive Mobility’s other business solution areas – Fleet Operations, EV Battery Solutions and Emerging Ventures. This includes service and support of commercial fleet electrification, and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to further enhance driver safety and comfort.

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