General questions
Owlseye has a vision to build easy to use and a state of art transportation maintenance services solution or/ fleet management solution and are fully dedicated in bringing a positive change/difference in the day to day life of our customers by providing hassle free maintenance of transport vehicles.

When you are dealing with commercial buses or truck no manual process can drive the business resource, utilization, and cost Improvement being asked of you as the Fleet manager. No matter what size vehicle you operate or its location, Owlseye services can provide a proven program of contract maintenance services for your vehicles.

It can help you to:

  • Lower operating and fuel cost.
  • Increase labor productivity.
  • Optimize vehicle uptime & life cycle.
  • Achieve environmental goal.

Owlseye uses the latest state of art technologies and invest in continuous training to ensure that our technician are able to maintain your vehicle to exceptional standard. Owlseye also offers special monitoring tools that give visibility into critical activities and matrices through V2 GPS Device.

Owlseye have made appointment a vehicle service as easy as 1-2-3. Just select your vehicle type, fuel type, and Location select the type of maintenance service you require, choose your preferred time slot And Enjoy! Owlseye service your vehicle at your door step, so you don’t miss out the cherished moments with your loved ones.

Not at all. From the appointment to maintenance, our priority at Owlseye keeps you and Your Vehicle Service first. We will send you the bill once your car is serviced and inspected by our professionals. We offer flexible payment options for your ease. You can still prepay if you choose to.
For Maintenance Service FAQ

The best way to protect the value of your vehicle and ensure that it functions well for years to come is to maintain it properly at regular intervals. However, knowing how to take care of a vehicle can be a challenge for those who are unfamiliar with procedures. Owlseye have provided answer to frequently asked questions related to maintenance service for the reason. By making this information readily accessible, our hope is to make maintenance more approachable for customers of the Owlseye.

The consensus agrees that a driver should get an oil change every 5000 kms to 10000 kms or every three months. However, you can always refer to your owner's manual which covers the recommended oil change interval for your specific make and model. Many of today's newer vehicles will actually tell you when they are due for service. Remember: an oil change is essential because it acts as a lubricant for the internal cogs and gears under the hood. Without it, oil can turn into sludge and prohibit your vehicle from operating correctly.
Aside from engine oil, there are many other fluids that are vital to the health of your vehicle. Some examples include the transmission fluid, brake fluid, engine coolant, and power-steering fluid. Their levels are not only affected by how frequently you drive but extreme temperatures as well. As such, specialists advise checking them at the same time as your oil change or every month or two.
Typically, there are two filters in a vehicle. One is for the engine and the other is for the cabin. A dirty filter can prevent airflow, limiting the engine's ability to expend hot air and inhibiting clean air to pass through. How often you need to change it varies, though the conventional timeframe is about 30,000 kms, which is why the best way to determine that it needs a replacement is to check it periodically. Fortunately, replacing a filter is a quick and easy process.
On average, brake pads begin to wear out around the 20,000- to 30,000 kms mark, but there are many factors that may impact this figure. Knowing what signs to look out for will therefore prove instrumental in detecting when your brake pads need to be replaced. If you feel your vehicle taking longer to come to a stop or notice a high-pitch screeching or grinding noise when braking, scheduling a checkup is integral. Running with worn brake pads will eventually affect the rotors, which can be a costly repair, so taking a proactive approach will not only keep you safe but save you money as well.
The standard battery is projected to last three to five years, but variables like hot and cold weather can influence its longevity, so it is best to keep an eye out for signs your battery power is declining. If your headlights and dashboard lights are starting to dim or if your vehicle has difficulty starting, these are clues that your vehicle may be due for a battery replacement.
As the main point of contact with the pavement, tires are subject to the most wear and tear. This is especially true if you utilize your vehicle for off-roading or have a two-wheel drive system which puts most of the labor on a specific set of wheels. That being the case, having your tires rotated every six months or around 12,000 Kms to 15,000 kms is a good rule to uphold. Doing so will ensure your tires wear evenly.
The amount of pressure a tire requires depends on its type and the vehicle. You can find out the optimum air pressure either printed on the door jamb, the side-wall of the tires, or in your owner's manual. Too much pressure can make it difficult for you to maneuver your vehicle while too little pressure can result in a blow-out. You can always speak with a product expert to determine what pressure levels are most appropriate.
For Fleet Management FAQ:

Fleet management is the management of all the vehicles in a fleet from acquisition and resale to maintenancevehicle trackingfuelaccident management and more.  

Companies, organizations and government agencies (non-profit, education, services) that operate 15 or more vehicles or buy more than 10 vehicles in a single calendar year are considered fleet owners. Vehicles are typically one largest operating cost for organizations that rely on vehicles to deliver their products and services. 

Fleet management companies like Owlseye Fleet Management, have the infrastructure and partnerships in place to help businesses scale their vehicle needs, ultimately reducing fleet costs, known as the Total Cost of Ownership. 

Owlseye Fleet Management offers local, dedicated Account Managers to help businesses buy sell and manage a wide variety of vehicles:

  • Delivery Van/ Passenger Van
  • Car
  • Commercial Four Wheeler
  • Buses
  • Trucks
  • Heavy Machinery

 

A Fleet Management Company (FMC) partners with businesses, organizations, and government agencies to help manage every aspect of their company car program.  Any business, organization or government agency that uses 15 or more vehicles or purchases more than 10 vehicles in a calendar year qualifies as someone who should consider a partnership with a fleet management company.

Owlseye Fleet Management partners with a wide variety of businesses, organizations and government-affiliated programs across numerous industries to support their vehicle needs.

Many organizations consider partnering with a fleet management company (FMC) may work with another FMC provider, have drivers on a mileage reimbursement program or are managing their vehicle program internally.

We provide fleet management services to almost every industry including, but not limited to:

  • Construction
  • Oil & Gas
  • Engineering & Logistics
  • Equipment Dealers
  • Security
  • Food & Service
  • Hospitals & Pharmaceutical
  • School, College & Universities
  • Governments Departments

By partnering with a Fleet Management Company, you benefit from the FMCs infrastructure and resources, such as a local, dedicated account manager with fleet experience, fleet technology and software platforms for data and fleet reporting, telematics for vehicle tracking and GPS, fuel management for fuel rebates, risk and safety programs that add value and improve fleet efficiencies.

To hear testimonials from current clients and the services provided through a partnership with Owlseye Fleet Management, view our client case studies and testimonial videos.