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Fleet Financials: How to Deal With Company Drivers Who Don’t Measure Up

November 14, 2012

TORRANCE, CA – One major challenge fleet managers have to deal with when crafting fleet policies is how to deal with drivers with bad driving records. This can be a major challenge when a company employee receives a vehicle as part of his or her compensation package. The following article from Fleet Financials outlines a plan for creating a policy to deal with marginal drivers.

You can read "How to Deal with Company Drivers Who Don’t Measure Up" here.

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