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Jeep® Preferred Partner Program at Caroline Springs Jeep

Are you interested in providing your employees with the Jeep® Preferred Partner benefits? Preferred partners have access to exclusive offers on new Jeep® vehicles.

Benefits

We understand that every business has different automotive needs. Managing a fleet can come with many issues to consider - ranging from comfort to ensuring your vehicles are financed correctly. Whether your business has a tool-of-trade or user-chooser fleet, Jeep® Australia can offer a tailored fleet solution.

The Best Price

You’re always going to get the best Jeep® prices with the Jeep® Preferred Partner Program.

Take advantage of our current in-market offers and receive an additional discount exclusive to eligible members of the Jeep® Preferred Partner Program.

There & Back Guarantee

No matter the adventure Jeep® has your back, even on the Preferred Partner Program. We’re dedicated to keeping you on the road, so as part of our There & Back Guarantee we’re giving every new Jeep® vehicle 5 years’ warranty coverage, supported by every Jeep® dealership and Mopar Service Centre in Australia.

  • Terms & Conditions
    1. Customers (PPP Customers) eligible to receive benefits under the FCA Preferred Partner Program (FCA PPP) must be full-time or part-time employees or members of organisations or associations that FCA Australia has listed as a FCA PPP members (PPP Members).
    2. PPP Customers are entitled to purchase up to four (4) new vehicles in any period of 12 consecutive calendar months (including purchases for spouse or children).
    3. All passenger vehicles offered by FCA (including the brands Jeep, Chrysler, Alfa Romeo and Fiat) are eligible under the PPP (PPP Vehicles), excluding Alfa Romeo 4C and Jeep Trackhawk. Selected Limited Edition vehicles may also be excluded from the program.
    4. PPP Customers are entitled to purchase any PPP Vehicle at the price stated in current FCA national retail offers at time of purchase plus an additional discount depending on the model.
    5. PPP Vehicles purchased by a PPP Customer or nominee must be retained for a minimum of six months, unless authorised by FCA.
    6. The vehicle must be registered in the name of the eligible PPP Customer as shown on the Corporate Voucher or other documentation approved by FCA (Certificate).
    7. Vehicles can be registered in more than one name, so long as one of those names is the eligible FCA PPP Customer end user/purchaser whose details are shown on the Certificate.
    8. The Certificate is valid for vehicle orders placed within the same month of issue from the date on the Certificate (or any other eligibility period specified in the Certificate and approved by FCA).
    9. The PPP offer can be changed or withdrawn by FCA at any time without notice to PPP Customers or PPP Members.

Coronavirus: Auto industry reopens

26 October 2020

The State Government has eased restrictions on metro Melbourne businesses.

Automotive businesses are permitted to reopen as of Wednesday 28 October, with no limits on the work performed, provided a COVIDSafe Plan is in place, as the whole of Victoria will move from 'stay home' to 'stay safe' measures – meaning there are no longer restrictions on the reasons to leave home.

Retail businesses have been given the green light to begin preparations for a COVID-safe reopening, with staff now permitted to be on-site to ready businesses.

Although Victoria is set to move into the Third Stage of the State Government's roadmap to reopening and well on the way to COVID Normal operations, it is important to remain vigilant. Every Victorian business that is open must follow the six COVIDSafe principles to help prevent future outbreaks of COVID-19. These include:

  • Ensure physical distancing
  • Wear a face mask
  • Practice good hygiene
  • Keep records and act quickly
  • Avoid interactions in enclosed spaces
  • Create workforce bubbles.

​Other important considerations:

  • Permitted Worker Permits are no longer required (Permitted Worker Permits are no longer required (unless worker is travelling from Melbourne to regional Victoria, and vice versa)
  • Work from home if you can
  • The 25km radius limitation is still in place.

VACC members are encouraged to review the latest VACC OHS&E and IR department resources on the member-website, as well as State Government materials – all designed to help businesses ease back into operations in the safest way possible for staff and customers. Government materials include COVID-19 translated information for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

For more information
State Government of Victoria: Statement From The Premier 26 October 2020
State Government of Victoria: Coronavirus (COVID-19) roadmap for reopening
State Government of Victoria: Creating a COVIDSafe workplace