Does your company rely on your cars being operational and ready to use at any time? Then you know from experience that maintenance and servicing require more time and care in the winter than in the rest of the year. Find out here how you can deal with snow and ice.
In most cases, it doesn’t take much for your corporate fleet to be properly prepared against all the adverse winter conditions. Prevention and correct action in emergencies are essential.
It goes without saying that you should fit winter tires to your vehicles. But do you also have winter checks carried out? That would be just as important and it’s never too late to do so.
You should have the following checked:
Sub-zero temperatures conceal other risks. Particularly if your vehicles are parked outside or a long time or overnight. In these instances, for example, any based on water-liquid can quickly freeze. We therefore recommend the following precautionary measures:
You should keep the following items in the car:
Your company’s most valuable asset is its employees who drive on the roads every day by car, delivery van or truck. The following tips help improve safety:
Is your vehicle fleet already insured with us and do you want to make a mark? AXA offers free prevention talks in order to raise awareness among you and your fleet drivers about the dangers of driving in traffic. This would show your employees that their safety is your priority.
Passenger cars (PC), delivery vans, minibuses, trucks, forklift trucks, gasoline, diesel or electric cars: Every vehicle with a number plate requires liability insurance. But does it also need comprehensive or partial accidental damage, additional insurance cover, or legal protection insurance? It depends how your company vehicles are used and also the sector in which you operate.
There are various options for the best solution: