With a population of more than 210 million people, Brazil is the largest fleet market in South America. The strongest vocational segments acquiring commercial fleets are pharmaceutical, agribusiness, and food companies.
With 65% of the Australian economy being small to medium companies, the average fleet size is between 75 to 100 units, but there are mega-fleets being operated in the telecommunication, mining, utility, and logistics sectors.
There are an estimated 140,000 vehicles in operation in the commercial fleet market, which is comprised of 57% trucks and 43% cars. Tourism is a large segment of the economy, making daily rental the second largest fleet segment.
Many multinational companies operating in Egypt pay a cash allowance to employees to use a personal vehicle instead of providing a company car. By doing so, companies transfer vehicle maintenance management responsibility and residual risk to employee drivers.
The top-selling OEM in Tunisia is Isuzu Motors with its D-Max truck, which is also the No. 1 selling vehicle. Isuzu has been assembling the D-Max in Tunisia since 2002. Citroen is the next best-selling commercial vehicle, followed by Peugeot.