Following government advice, our offices are temporarily closed, with the majority of staff working from home.
We are still working with all suppliers to assist essential workers across the UK.
No vehicles collections will be made until we have further government updates. If you were due to have a vehicle collected, a member of our customer service team will contact you.
As car dealerships are closed, vehicle deliveries will not be made. If you were due to have a vehicle delivered, a member of our customer service team will contact you.
As Manufacturers implement plant closures, production lead times will inevitably increase. We will monitor and update as more information becomes available.
Vehicles falling due from 30th March 2020 (inclusive) will automatically receive a 6 months extension of MOT expiry. It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure the vehicle is safe to use. With this in mind it is worthwhile ensuring all your tyres are above the 1.6mm legal minimum and that all your lights, front & rear, are working correctly.
When the situation returns to normal Ogilvie Fleet will contact you to arrange an MOT as early as possible.
Service and Repairs
Official government communication is that repairers can stay open; however this is a decision for individual business to make themselves looking at the safety of their employees and customers along with staffing levels. Please contact your local vehicle repairer for more information.
Key driver information is still available through the Happy Drivers app, available for free on Apple and Android.
Alternatively, you can still contact key departments and members of staff here.
A full list of business that are allowed to remain open is available here.
This page will be updated as and when we have further information.