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Top Fleets, How Do You Measure Up?

March 28, 2017, by Eric Gandarilla - Also by this author

For the past 56 years, Automotive Fleet has been the go-to resource for the fleet industry, working tirelessly to publish the most accurate and up-to-date information possible.

Now we’re asking help from our readers to continue this long tradition of service to the fleet industry by taking a few minutes to complete a short questionnaire

The secure questionnaire should take only a few minutes to complete and asks about approximate fleet vehicle counts, the type of vehicles in operation, etc.

Completing the questionnaire will give us all the data we need to enter your company into our annual Top 500 Fleets issue. In this special issue of our magazine we collect and rank the 300 largest fleets in the nation, the 100 largest truck fleets in the nation, the 50 largest alternative-fuel fleets in the nation, and the 50 largest executive fleets in the nation.

The annual listings serve as an industry benchmark that shows an at-a-glance national comparison that 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 and planning.

This year's listing will feature a number of companies newly featured in the issue. As fleets downsize or consolidate due to mergers, the listing has continued to evolve.

We're also asking if all our readers could complete the questionnaire by Wednesday, April 5. 

So don’t delay, stand up and be counted!

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