In early September, Spiffy conducted a survey that found 83% of respondents have traveled since the pandemic began, but only three out of 10 felt confident doing it.
The enhanced mobile application provides greater capabilities and flexibility for fleet customers.
The U.S. experienced an estimated 20% jump in the death rate between January and June 2020 compared to the same six-month period in 2019.
The proliferation of connected vehicle technology has created the capability to use vehicle-generated data in non-fleet-related business activities. Today, real-time telematics data is gaining a growing recognition as a valuable business intelligence (BI) tool for entities outside of fleet management to collect, integrate, and analyze business information.
This video analyzes uneven recovery in business activity for commercial fleet; progress by the U.S. government toward a COVID-19 vaccination; and return to work trends for businesses.
This video explores how COVID-19 is changing the industry's perception toward driver reimbursement; the change in fleet employee demographics and what this might mean for reimbursement programs; and the types of industries and companies that are more predisposed to offer reimbursement and why.
In the latest State of the Fleet Industry Spotlight video, Automotive Fleet Editor Mike Antich interviewed Patti Earley, CAFM, fleet fuel operations specialist, Florida Power & Light and NAFA President. They discussed fleet fuel trends, the industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the upcoming Virtual NAFA I&E conference, and other Association initiatives.
Automotive Fleet views itself as a facilitator to provide different voices from the industry to discuss today’s challenges. This regular column is designed to provide a platform for fleet managers to let their voices be heard to their peers and other fleet professionals.
In this video, Automotive Fleet Editor Mike Antich interviewed Pat O’Connor, the long-time legislative counsel for NAFA Fleet Management Association, to discuss the unintended tax consequences that the COVID-19 pandemic created for company drivers during the shelter-in-place mandates.
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.