Long-time AFLA member and fleet dealer of Decatur, Ga. has joined the 485-strong dealer body for General Motors Company’s new Business Elite program, which is designed to give the automaker’s dealers more tools to effectively sell commercial vehicles.
“We are always looking for ways to better serve our fleet and commercial customers,” said Dave Durepo, fleet and commercial manager for the dealership. “This seemed to be a natural fit for our dealership. GM has come out with a terrific program. We are excited to be a part of it.”
One of the new requirements for dealers that are part of this program is to offer fleet customers priority service and loaner vehicles. You can read more about GM’s new Business Elite program here.
The pilot project will demonstrate how mobility services such as carsharing (car2go), ride-hailing (mytaxi), and multi-modal platforms (moovel) can be intelligently connected to shape the future of mobility.