Bellomy’s Auto Service Drive has been in operation since 2011.
Bellomy is currently headquartered in San Francisco.
Its fleet is made up of three vehicles: a Cadillac SUV, a Chrysler 200 pickup truck, and a Jeep Wrangler.
Bellomys vehicle fleet is a bit different than most other auto service companies.
Instead of an entire fleet of trucks, Bellomy uses just one vehicle per customer.
“Our vehicles are really well suited to where we need to go and what we need people to do,” Bellomy Vice President of Global Service Operations Jeff Lechtenberg told Recode.
“We’re not going to be in a service center, but we are going to get to the service center and the customers are going be able to drive our vehicles around.”
While the trucks will be available to Bellomy customers for some time to come, the rest of the fleet will be rolled out over the next few years.
The company’s service centers will be staffed with Bellomy employees, who will be able take orders directly from the trucks.
“They’ll be able see what they need to do to get the right vehicle,” Lechnet said.
Lechnets team of engineers, designers, and maintenance specialists will work to design and develop the new service centers.
The goal is to make the trucks a bit more efficient.
Leechnet said the company plans to make more efficient use of the truck fleet in the future.
“There’s no reason why a truck couldn’t be a little bit more power efficient, or a little more fuel efficient,” Leechtenberg said.
“In a few years, it could be the case that we could be able do a lot more with less energy, or more with more.”
In the past, Bellomies fleet was mostly made up to accommodate the company’s fleet of employees, but the company will soon expand the number of trucks that will be on the road.
The Bellomy Truck will have three seats, a bed, and an onboard computer.
The truck will be equipped with a 7-inch touch screen, which will allow the company to track and manage a variety of information, such as gas mileage, oil consumption, and other information that would be hard to find on a traditional dashboard.
In addition to the new truck, Bellamy plans to add a fleet of pickups in the coming years.
Leachtenberg also said the trucks would be a more efficient alternative to other service companies in the industry.
“It’s not going away,” he said.