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Q. How should we handle the damage to our fleet after the storm passes?

October 16, 2017, by - Also by this author

A. For any fleet, when storm-related vehicle damage occurs, it is treated like any other kind of accident. If you have an accident management program, your fleet partner should jump in to help with filing claims, providing rentals, assisting with repairs, and getting the most value in the secondary market when equipment is still viable. A fleet management provider with buying power can also get vehicles replaced quickly and at a good price.

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