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A UK Website has launched which claims to speed up the process of contract hiring company or fleet cars.

The idea is that punters log onto car.now.com, say what kind of vehicle they are after, and receive an email with quotes from dealers within four hours - (within office hours).

The West Midlands-based business also has a daily section of special offers for punters who are not choosy about what kind of motor they buy.

The site is aimed at small to medium businesses with up to 100 vehicles, and says one of its main assets is cutting out time-wasting banter with annoying salespeople. ®

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