vGroup International’s new driver packs ’emphasises environmental consciousness’


vGroup International, a longstanding partner of Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS) since 2007, has launched its latest driver packs which the firm says emphasises the promotion of environmental consciousness.

The driver packs include various products from vGroup International’s innovative P1 Autocare Range, such as Screenwash Pods, ice scrapers, first aid kits and branded car mats with tailored options for a premium experience. All packs contain essential safety products, including warning flares and hi-vis vests, to “ensure peace of mind while driving”.

Niall Gleeson, the head of leasing at vGroup International, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Volkswagen Financial Services, and are excited to deliver our latest range of driver packs that reflect our shared values of sustainability and customer satisfaction. We will continue our hard work and are excited to keep making progress and achieving new goals together.”

Jonathan Glenn, general manager fleet customer services at VWFS said: “By partnering with vGroup, we have been able to enhance our Driver Pack and introduce more environmentally conscious products that add more value for our customers. This is an excellent example of our focus on current and future health and safety initiatives and delivering against our customers’ sustainability agenda.”

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