Car sharing for the Healthcare sector
Reducing costs and carbon emissions whilst giving back to the local community
E-Car provides a sustainable fleet management solution to NHS Trusts and other Healthcare institutions.
Many Healthcare Trusts and organisations face a number of issues related to sizeable transport expenditure including: unnecessary staff journeys; inflated mileage claims; lack of visibility on substantial grey fleet mileage; underutilised pool cars; expensive taxi journeys; and onerous duty of care responsibilities.
E-Car for business is now operated by our sister company Ubeeqo, also owned by Europcar Mobility Group. Ubeeqo offers an improved booking platform, and you’ll continue to receive support from the same Accounts and Customer Service teams, with access to the same electric vehicles. Please request a call back here or find out more about Ubeeqo mobility solutions for your company here.
How does E-Car help the Healthcare sector?
The E-Car model provides a fully managed service that helps Healthcare institutions tackle spiralling transport costs by:
- Reducing total business miles driven
- Maximising utilisation of a given vehicle
- Offering an alternative to taxis for those without a personal vehicle
- Providing greater visibility on staff business travel
Additional benefits of E-Car schemes:
- Provides a low carbon travel solution and helps fulfil emissions reduction targets
Why Choose E-Car to manage your fleet?
E-Car has a well-established network of industry leading partners and have vast experience of planning and implementing entirely electric schemes, all of which we’re keen to utilise to help you save money on your travel budget.
E-Car has a history of managing business travel needs for a number of large organisations including Healthcare bodies, with demonstrable cost and carbon savings (information available on request).
Ease and Convenience
E-Car removes the hassle out of managing your fleet of vehicles (incl. booking system, insurance, and invoicing), whilst simultaneously saving costs – an increasingly significant issue within the Healthcare sector.
Estates Department, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust