Branded commercial fleet fuel card provider, Shell Oil Products US, announced a partnership with Spiffy, an on-demand car care, technology, and services company. The partnership will grant Shell Fleet Solutions customers access to mobile and fixed site fleet care services.

Building on its digital platform, which gives users access to all fleet maintenance data and a network of discounted maintenance providers, Shell Fleet Maintenance Hub customers can now schedule in-fleeting, preventative maintenance and de-fleeting services in select cities throughout the United States.

“We’re excited to demonstrate our commitment to continuous improvement by giving fleet managers another resource geared towards maintaining their fleets across the vehicles’ entire lifecycle,” said Rusty Barron, Vice President and General Manager of Shell Fleet Solutions, North America. “This addition to the Shell Fleet Maintenance Hub is the latest in a line of solutions we will continue deploying to make fleet management operations as seamless as possible.”

Key highlights of the service include:

  • Access to mobile and fixed site vehicle wash, detail, oil change, disinfection, tire installation and repair, glass chip repair, and deimaging services for the entire fleet.
  • Fleet managers can book, track, and pay for Spiffy mobile services through the Shell Fleet Maintenance Hub platform, powered by CarAdvise.
  • Spiffy's services will be available in 17 markets across the country including Atlanta, Charlotte, Denver, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, Miami, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Raleigh-Durham, Seattle, San Francisco, Tampa Bay, and Washington D.C.. with more to follow later in the year.

“At Spiffy, a central goal is to protect fleet drivers and their vehicles with convenient, on-demand services," said Spiffy CEO Scot Wingo. "We look forward to partnering with Shell to provide more accessible preventive maintenance and vehicle disinfection, as well as another layer of safety through zero-contact services.”

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