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LeasePlan USA Becomes First Fleet Management Company Offering Services Through Quick Lane Tire & Auto Centers

July 31, 2007

ALPHARETTA, GA – LeasePlan USA, announced that its management company is first to offer services to its clients' drivers through Ford’s Quick Lane Tire & Auto Centers.

“I am extremely excited about bringing Quick Lane into our preferred vendor network. I feel this will give our clients another high-quality service provider they can choose for their auto servicing needs,” said David Jankiewicz, director, maintenance and repair management for LeasePlan USA.

Quick Lane Tire & Auto Centers are unique quick-service facilities that can accommodate all vehicle makes and models. The facilities are owned and operated by Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury dealers and each function as a business within a business. Each Quick Lane facility is independent of the dealership’s primary service department with its own manager, parts inventory and service bays, which allows them to operate evenings and weekends, offer “no appointment necessary” and get drivers in and out in two hours or less.

Tom Suttles, national manager for Quick Lane Tire & Auto Centers adds, “We're also backed by Ford, use quality parts and lubricants like Motorcraft, and employ factory-trained technicians. With competitive pricing that’s continually benchmarked against aftermarket repair shops, centralized and monthly billing systems, and free multi-point inspections on every vehicle, it becomes easy to see why Quick Lane is great for fleets. We keep your vehicles on the road – now, and in the future."

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