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LeasePlan Risk Management Services Awarded I-CAR Gold Class Professionals Designation for 17th Year

September 19, 2011 - Press Release

ROLLING MEADOWS, IL – LeasePlan Risk Management Services (LPRMS), a premium provider of accident management services, announced that it has again achieved the I-CAR Gold Class Professionals designation for the 17th straight year, the longest running in the industry.

LPRMS’s I-CAR certified professionals, who average more than 26 years of experience, oversee the entire repair process for its clients.

Additionally, these experts enable drivers to be mobile by setting up rental vehicles, ensure the highest quality service at the lowest cost, audit every estimate, arrange Emergency Roadside Service and towing of inoperable vehicles and coordinate necessary glass repair or replacement.

LPRMS delivers high-touch, premium collision services that have consistently resulted in high driver satisfaction scores, with an overall score of 90 percent in 2010. The LPRMS I-CAR certified professionals also focus on minimizing driver downtime by reducing the repair process – from the date of authorization to the date of repair completion.

I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is an international not-for-profit training organization dedicated to helping the industry achieve a high level of technical training. The I-CAR Gold Class Professionals designation is among the highest recognitions for training available to businesses in the collision repair inter-industry and is designed to help the collision industry meet its changing needs.

Businesses who have earned this designation not only achieve a high level of training for each employee, but also maintain annual training to provide their customers with efficient, safe and high-quality services. For more information on I-CAR, please visit www.i-car.com.

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