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HallCraft Leading Eco Fight With New Green Electric Courtesy Car Fleet

HallCraft are leading the fight to reduce the UK’s carbon emissions with an electric courtesy car fleet.

Cradley, Halesowen and Stourbridge’s leading independent garage are leading the drive for go Net Zero.

Managing Partner James Hopcraft hopes to go green and introduce an entire fleet of electric courtesy cars within the next two years.

He says HallCraft’s MOT, Servicing and Accident Repair Centre to be Net Zero as soon as possible as the UK aims to achieve Net Zero in the near future.

Climate Change

“It’s crucial that we take the threat of climate change seriously and we can make a difference,” James explained.

“We pride ourselves on providing the very best customer care for our customers and over the years have invested heavily in providing high class courtesy cars.

“But we realised this was a very obvious place to start in terms of making a difference and so, we have begun the process of replacing our courtesy car fleet.

“We already have our first electric vehicle, a Renault Zoe and be welcoming a eUp Volkswagen in the coming weeks.

“Its means our customers can drive guilt free knowing they are not damaging the environment, whilst still able to enjoy their driving experience.


“And it provides a further saving to our customers as it means they don’t have to worry about refuelling our vehicles when they return them.”

HallCraft provide free courtesy cars, where available, for customers booking their vehicle in for a service or accident repair.

The leading independent garage also provide a car collection service for some clients if required.

HallCraft have been providing MOTs, servicing and accident repairs to cars and vans from their Cradley Heath base for more than 25-years.

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