The on-demand car care, technology, and services company has expanded its reach to supported customers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. - Photo: Get Spiffy

The on-demand car care, technology, and services company has expanded its reach to supported customers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photo: Get Spiffy

Get Spiffy, Inc. is expanding its mobile car care operations into six new markets for fleet customers throughout the United States.

The on-demand car care, technology, and services company has expanded its reach to supported customers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Spiffy announced. This latest growth brings the company’s fleet management as a service model to Baltimore, Dover, Palm Springs, San Diego, St. Louis, and Tucson.

“Fleets of all sizes are dealing with the unique circumstances caused by COVID-19, which has made preventative maintenance into a more challenging task,” said Zach Zeller, SVP fleet business development at Spiffy. “As a result, our clients are asking us to bring our fleet management services to cities where they need to get vehicles back on the road quickly and safely.”

It’s solution is a one-vendor solution that covers in-fleeting, preventative maintenance, and de-fleeting for each client. This comprehensive approach launched with rental car fleets in June 2019 and has since evolved to cover medium and heavy-duty trucks and include vehicle disinfection.

“Medium and heavy-duty trucks makes sense for both sides. There’s an increased demand for domestic shipping, which requires a flexible mobile option to ensure these vehicles are ready for the road. Our clients want to protect their drivers and their vehicles. A well-maintained and disinfected fleet is key to making that happen,” added Zeller.

Spiffy’s offerings include decontamination of known infections and disinfectant treatments of hard surfaces, soft surfaces like upholstery, and ventilation systems, with antimicrobial protection for up to three months. Fleet managers and individuals can also order hospital-grade products, EPA-approved against COVID-19, via their Disinfection Store, which features instructional videos for the DIY crowd.

“Announcing a new phase of expansion is always exciting, but this, in particular, is a thrill when you consider the road we took to recover and get here,” said Scot Wingo, Spiffy CEO. “We’re incredibly fortunate to be in the position that we’re in and look forward to keeping up this momentum, especially for our clients in these new cities.”

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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