Welcome to the October Product Rundown! Here you’ll find the latest updates and tech improvements we’ve been working on right here at LeasePlan. If you’d like to know more about any of the products or services you see here, feel free to reach out to your account manager to get started today.

Intelligent communications take us from order to delivery

We’re improving our order-to-delivery communications, which means more timely, informative updates for you and your drivers along the way. Drivers will still be notified every step of the way, from the time the manufacturer receives the order right up until the time of delivery. If your driver is turning in a vehicle, we’ve got that covered, too.

These new updates will be sent through email and are also accessible in the MyLeasePlan app. Within the app, drivers can see the estimated vehicle delivery date and even details on where and how to complete pick-ups and turn-ins.

MyLeasePlan usage skyrockets

LeasePlan has seen more than 10,000 new users join the MyLeasePlan app community this year. We talked to a few of them to find out what they’re loving the most.

One driver said they love the OneScore feature the most – specifically, the ability to keep tabs on his own performance. “I especially like it when I do something to make my score go up,” he said. Makes sense – OneScore works in real time and drivers always have a clear view of what their scores are made of.

Another driver said the ability to open the app and check on vehicle order status was the biggest benefit for her thus far. Without having to rely on emails or phone calls, she was still able to gauge how long it would take to receive her vehicle, and even details on where and how to pick it up.

Elle was popular among our drivers as well! They mentioned how easy it is to use and how Elle has simplified everyday concerns, like policy questions and personal mileage logging.

Picking tires: do you know the differences?

As winter approaches, we’ll be talking more and more about how to decide which tires are best for your fleet. But to start, we’ve saved you some time and compared a few. We think there may be some differences that might surprise you.

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