COVID-19 has changed how fleets connect with each other but that doesn’t mean you have to give up the opportunity to grow, learn, and get better at managing your fleet.
There is an avalanche of new electric vehicles slated to hit the market in the next couple years. There are over 100 new models slated to hit by 2022 from the Big Three, the major imports, and from a lot of new start-ups.
Most of the key players in the fleet market are either stuck at home or working in an office but unable to travel. So we’re changing our business model to help maintain the flow of information until things get back to the way they were.
Staying on top of industry trends to keep up with the intricacies of fleet can be a full-time job all by itself, and to be a top performing fleet requires a little forward thinking and anticipation.
The fleet market is leading the charge on making real gains in efficiency and safety with telematics, in-cab video, and safety technologies that are available today.
Let’s get a framework in place and a legislative plan that allows us to develop autonomous vehicle technologies without putting lives at risk in the short term.
Thanks to the strong economy that the U.S. is enjoying, U.S. commercial companies have been able to invest more money into their fleets, and strong fleet sales are a reflection of that.
Fleets know how valuable of a resource that AFLA conferences can be, and the upcoming summit in Canada will serve as another wealth of knowledge that the association has delivered for decades.
It’s impossible to attend great fleet events like AFLA and not get caught up in why is has helped make the industry so great, but equally exciting is seeing how much the association is ready to take on the evolving industry that is fleet.
You are missing out on some potentially game changing information when you don’t get out to meet regularly with your peers.
If you are like most fleet managers, you establish a depreciation schedule when you put your vehicles in service and probably never think about it again until it’s time to pull it out of service and send it to auction. Maybe it’s time you took a more active view toward managing depreciation.
Fuel economy has been and will be the guiding force for change for the manufacturers as well as for our politicians for the near future.
By the end of next year, there are supposed to be over 50 types of plug-in electric vehicles for sale in the U.S. At some point in the recent past, it appears that everyone decided the time is now for electric vehicles.
Fortunately, underneath the endless piles of fleet paperwork and daily roadblocks that can make fleet a struggle often lays passion for the industry.
If you are feeling a little overwhelmed by the latest fleet technology, the fire hose of data your vehicles are generating, or by senior management questions about the latest headlines regarding autonomous, electric, or fuel cell vehicles, rest assured you aren’t alone.