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Find Out Where Your Top Fleet Stands

September 22, 2015

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For the past 54 years, Automotive Fleet has worked diligently to bring the fleet industry the most accurate and up-to-date information possible.

Continuing this ongoing tradition, AF is calling on fleet managers to take a few minutes from their hectic schedules to complete a brief questionnaire about their fleets.

The secure questionnaire should take only few minutes to complete and asks about the fleet’s approximate vehicle counts, the type of vehicles it operates, any alt-fuel vehicles in the fleet, and OEM breakdown, etc.

The answers to this questionnaire will be used to help the staff of Automotive Fleet to compile its yearly Fleet 300 listing of the largest fleets in the nation, which is published in a special edition of the magazine — and serves as an industry benchmark throughout the year.

The list also shows the scope of the fleet’s operation on an at-a-glance, national comparison. The listing demonstrates the top fleets’ scope and impact on their industries as a whole — an important benchmark when measuring and reporting the fleet’s value and impact compared to similar-size fleets to senior management and other fleet stakeholders during key personal and operational review times.

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