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Drivers Can Now Access Key Vehicle Information Using PHH InterActive for Drivers Mobile

May 01, 2012 - Press Release

With PHH InterActive for Drivers Mobile, drivers can complete fleet-related tasks from their smartphone.
With PHH InterActive for Drivers Mobile, drivers can complete fleet-related tasks from their smartphone.

SPARKS, MD – PHH Arval announces its latest innovation that frees drivers from their desktop computers. With PHH InterActive for Drivers Mobile, drivers can complete fleet-related tasks from their smartphone.

The mobile website gives fleet drivers easy access to their vehicle and operator information from touch screen smartphones (including iPhone, Android or Blackberry Touch or PlayBook devices). Drivers can submit and view mileage reports, and find local repair shops or fuel stations.
Additionally, PHH InterActive for Drivers Mobile features:

  • A proactive to-do list for common tasks,
  • Service Card Pin retrieval (U.S. only),
  • Extended login, and
  • Vehicle and service card information.

“This is the latest in a series of technology advances we have introduced that are designed to not only improve productivity, but also to enhance the customer experience,” said Dave Zuidema, Senior Vice President, Customer Experience. “Our technology solutions reflect the way fleet managers and drivers like to work – freeing them from the PC, using the technology they prefer, and making their job easier.”

Safety First

PHH Arval advocates safe, legal and responsible mobile phone use.  PHH InterActive for Drivers Mobile should not be used while driving a vehicle.

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