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Connected leasing company Free2Move Lease has provided the funding for a fleet of new Peugeot 508 Fastback models for global tyre manufacturer Maxxis Tyres. Free2Move Lease was Maxxis chosen funding partner because of the service the company provided with the supplying dealer John Grose Peugeot, Ipswich and the flexible contracts offered.

Maxxis has also opted to take up the Free2Move Connect Fleet telematics package with Geolocation which provides the Maxxis team with real-time geolocation of vehicles, itinerary and route tracking, plus analysis as well as customisable geofencing alerts, which can indicate when a vehicle enters or leaves a particular location.

“From a financing perspective, Free2Move Lease was the clear choice, not just based on price, but the company also offered a full service by collaborating with the local Peugeot dealer, John Grose Peugeot in Ipswich”, commented Chris Oliver, Maxxis Finance Manager, “We were able to run a lease contract for 2.4 years to take us from May in year one to the September of year three, just in time for new registrations. Finally, the cars themselves produce very little CO2 which means lower costs to drivers and to the company too.”

“Our experience as a fleet funding partner enabled us to offer Maxxis a financing package that meets their particular needs, while also providing additional services that we know will help them with the smooth and efficient running of their new fleet”, comments Free2Move Lease General Manager Mark Pickles, “Free2Move Connect Fleet is available in three packages which enable fleets to focus on the elements that will bring the greatest benefits to their operations. Most of the cars we supply are “connected ready”, bringing effortless connection to the Free2Move Connect Fleet packages. It has been a pleasure to put this deal together for Maxxis and we look forward to a long and fruitful working relationship.”