Mack’s VaaS program aims to assist customers in streamlining the purchasing process and better managing costs related to the Mack LR Electric battery electric vehicle (BEV). VaaS includes the vehicle chassis, refuse body, appropriate taxes, and a comprehensive vehicle protection plan – the Mack Ultra Service Agreement – for Mack’s first all-electric Class 8 vehicle, the Mack LR Electric refuse type. A first-of-its-kind industry offer allows qualified consumers to combine a charger and associated installation fees into a single billing. VaaS is available as a five-year lease with no upfront costs and the opportunity to renew. The Vehicle-as-a-Service effort, according to George Fotopoulos, vice president of Mack’s e-mobility business unit, is aimed to alleviate any client worries about the program.
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