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NEW: Fleet Readers Sound Off on Flat-Rate Compensation

NEW: Fleet Readers Sound Off on Flat-Rate Compensation

One key reason for a current shortage of service technicians is the result of the flat-rate compensation plan, a contentious payment system that assigns standard times to complete a repair job. Many technicians assert that the flat-rate compensation plan under-compensates them in relation to other industries requiring similar skillsets.

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Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

Dain Giesie

Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

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Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

Sherry Calkins

Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

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Wholesale Prices Hit Record High in July

Wholesale Prices Hit Record High in July

Wholesale used vehicle prices increased 5.84% month over month in July, bringing the Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index to 158 a 12.5% increase from a year ago and another record-high for the Index, which also occurred in June.

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

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Are Vocational Fleets Futureproof? Case Study: Milk-to-Home-Delivery Fleets

Are Vocational Fleets Futureproof? Case Study: Milk-to-Home-Delivery Fleets

One of the largest vocational fleet segments between the late 1940s and early 1960s was milk home- delivery fleets. On a daily basis, tens of thousands of trucks around the country delivered fresh milk to millions of homes. However, it took 15 years for the milk home delivery fleet segment to cycle from its peak to its near demise, primarily due to technological disruption.

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Hawaiian Electric Fleet to Be All-Electric by 2035

Hawaiian Electric Fleet to Be All-Electric by 2035

Hawaiian Electric said it will make its fleet of passenger cars, SUVs, light pickups, and minivans to be plug-in electric by 2035, joining the growing number of electric vehicles on Hawaii roads, which is currently at 12,000.