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Mike Albert Leasing Launches MaxFleet

September 8, 2003

Mike Albert Leasing has debuted MaxFleet, the company’s enhanced line of fleet management services. The MaxFleet menu of services includes maintenance management, auto tag program, outsourcing services, risk management, vehicle remarketing, and a fuel card program partnered with Wright Express. “Customers have full access to their fleet management information via a customized and secure Web site,” said Bruce Shaffer, vice president of fleet operations at Mike Albert Leasing. “MaxFleet provides 24/7 online capabilities to review and analyze real-time information associated with any vehicle or driver in the fleet.”The MaxFleet maintenance management program helps fleet managers establish standards for routine maintenance and helps control major repair bills. The program includes maintenance expense reporting. A 24-hour emergency roadside service is also available.The auto tag program tracks renewal dates to ensure that drivers are current on all state and local government vehicle requirements. Mike Albert Leasing provides consolidated reporting and a single monthly invoice to reduce late fees and penalties and eliminates the need to reimburse driver expenses. The risk management program includes accident reporting, collision repairs, cost recovery, subrogation, and salvage services.
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