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How to Extend Vehicle Tire Wear for Your Fleet

Regular preventative maintenance, such as checking air pressure and tread depth, can keep your fleet's tires in service longer. Rotate tires no less than every 6,000 miles, and know what's causing them to prematurely wear.


Replacing Engines Instead of Buying New Vehicles

In some cases, engine replacement is a viable alternative to acquiring a new vehicle. It can be done for a fraction of the cost, plus you avoid taxes, license fees, and insurance expenses that are incurred in vehicle replacement.


Higher Annual Mileages Nudge Up Interim Maintenance Costs

Vehicles running higher mileage rates per year mean higher maintenance costs in most mileage windows. Full lifecycle costs, however, are flat or down from previous years.


How Ford's FSP Works for Fleets

This exclusive report discusses the strategy behind Ford's Fleet Service Plan and Extended Service Plans and ways for fleets to support repair and maintenance needs through the manufacturer's nationwide dealer network.


Chrysler's Crystal Key Program

Chrysler's Crystal Key Owner Care Program is a model-specific warranty covering the all-new New Yorker and New Yorker Landau for five years or 50,000 miles. Chrysler views Crystal Key as a building block for future programs.


Ed Bobit: Vehicle Manufacturers Should Follow Truck Manufacturers' Lead on High Mileage Warranties

Today Ryder, several other heavy truck users, and the truck manufacturers - as well as their common-cousins who supply the major components - are successfully developing a half-million-mile truck.

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How to Achieve Affordable Sustainability
Sustainability does not have to be hard or expensive to achieve. Stainless steel, reusable oil filters can deliver immediate cost savings while significantly cutting a fleet's carbon footprint.
Boost Your Fleet’s Fuel Efficiency by Optimizing Engine Software
Reduce your fleet’s fuel consumption and save on your fuel spend. Your fleet’s fuel use is a top concern for the bottom line. Retraining your drivers only helps so much. Derive uses proprietary software to make optimized, vehicle-specific adjustments that result in big savings.
The 5 Financial Challenges of In-House Maintenance
There are several hidden but real financial burdens that are often underestimated when companies set up their own fleet maintenance program. Discover how putting maintenance in the hands of an expert can lessen your financial risk while improving vehicle performance, safety, compliance, and reliability.

Fleet Incentives

Determine the actual cost of owning and running a vehicle in your fleet. Compare vehicles by class and model.


Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Todd Ewing from Verizon Connect will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Management And Leasing

Jack Firriolo from Merchants will answer your questions and challenges

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Fuel Management

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX will answer your questions and challenges

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