If you want to keep your fleet productive and your drivers safe, you need to put a driver safety program into place.
Focusing on driver safety means you’ll reduce accidents and litigation costs—or avoid them altogether. You’ll also pay less for maintenance and repairs, because vehicles will be driven with more care.
So what are the key cost-saving areas?
In this blog, we’ll break down...
Modern vehicles are computers on wheels. Electronic mechanisms not only control stop-and-go functioning, but also store user data. For example, GPS navigation systems are programmed with home addresses, garage door codes, and phone numbers.
Does your company thoroughly eliminate driver information before selling used fleet vehicles? If you don’t take steps to get rid of it, you could be putting...
For many parts of Canada, the cold sting of winter is already upon us. That means heavy snow and ice, especially for those of us who live in the snow belt and at higher altitudes.
If you haven’t had the time to prepare your fleet for harsh winter weather yet, this may be a good reminder to take action now and even mark your calendar to schedule winterizing in advance for next year.
No fleet manager wants to deal with legal issues. But the reality is, legal problems can arise at any time, especially if you haven't taken proactive steps to avoid them.
So to help you, we've come up with some simple procedures that busy fleet managers can follow, allowing you to avoid litigation, so you can focus on running your business. One simple and effective place to start is with...
From our conversations with fleet managers and procurement officers, we know maximizing fleet residual value is always top of mind for them.
We often hear, "How do I get the most money back when I go off lease?"
For open-lease agreements, the risk is completely in the hands of the lessee. Therefore, it's important to proactively manage your fleet to get the highest value on reselling.