If you are a driver of an Agility Fleet vehicle this section of our website will help you with all your maintenance queries.
Book a Service:
It is your responsibility to ensure that your vehicle is serviced on time at an Agility Fleet approved service centre. If you have a fully maintained contract or a fleet management agreement then we will also take care of payment on your behalf.
Simply complete the form below to book your service at a time to suit you. If you require a collection and delivery service or a courtesy vehicle please tick the relevant box.
Usually we advise drivers to allow 7 days for booking a service, 14 days if collection and delivery is required and 21 if a courtesy car is preferred. Please note these are guides only and subject to the individual service centre availability.
Book an MOT:
Simply complete the below form to book your MOT at a time to suit you with one of our approved suppliers.
If you have a fully maintained or fleet management contract, then subject to the terms of your lease agreement, the cost of replacement tyres are included.
Kwik-fit is our preferred supplier. They provide replacement tyres or tyre repairs where appropriate. Work can be carried out at any Kwik-fit branch, and some centres offer a mobile fitting service (this is not a roadside recovery service)
We would advise you pre-book an appointment to ensure you’re the correct make/size of tyre size is available.
To make an appointment or to book the mobile service simply call Kwik-fit directly on 0800 42 52 62 quote your registration number and advise the operator that you are driving an Agility Fleet vehicle.
For any tyre queries, please contact Agility Feet on 01527 571605
Recommendations for reducing tyre wear
- Check tyre pressures once a week
- Under inflated tyres can overheat and lead to poor handling on the road they also have increased rolling resistance which means they require more fuel to maintain the same speed
- Over and under inflated tyres suffer more damage than those with the correct pressure and need to be replaced more regularly
- Check tread depths once a week
- The legal minimum tread depth in Europe is 1.6 mm across the central three-quarters of the tread width and round its entire circumference.Check the depth of the main tread grooves in several places across and around the tyre
- Tyres also have tread wear indicators molded into the base of the main grooves. When the tread surface is worn to the same level as these indicators, the tyre is at the legal limit and should be replaced
- Check for external tyre damage once a week for cuts, lumps and bumps as these can cause tyre failure