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Driver Engagement & Cross-Department Collaboration

Driver Engagement & Cross-Department Collaboration

All stakeholders — from senior management to local supervisors — should be engaged in fleet safety. To ensure success, senior leadership must support the initiative and communicate that support to everyone within the organization.

September 27, 2021

The Negative Consequences to Driver Reimbursement

The Negative Consequences to Driver Reimbursement

A recurring question is whether it makes business sense to provide company vehicles to employees or to reimburse them for the use of their personal vehicles. Here are 30 reasons why reimbursement may not be the best choice.

September 27, 2021

Ergonomically Designed Equipment Reduces Workers’ Comp Claims

Ergonomically Designed Equipment Reduces Workers’ Comp Claims

Ergonomics must be high on the fleet manager’s “radar screen” because it can significantly impact the bottom line by reducing workers’ comp costs, improving driver productivity, and reducing fatigue-induced operator errors that can lead to preventable accidents.

May 16, 2021

Fleet Safety is the Gateway to Achieving Other Fleet Goals

Fleet Safety is the Gateway to Achieving Other Fleet Goals

Best practices in fleet safety facilitates fuel mitigation strategies, contributes to achieving corporate sustainability goals, helps to reduce workers’ comp claims, and lowers accident repair costs by reducing preventable accidents.

May 4, 2021

Driver Engagement & Cross-Department Collaboration

Driver Engagement & Cross-Department Collaboration

All stakeholders — from senior management to local supervisors — should be engaged in the process of managing driver behavior. A corporate safety program will not succeed without driver engagement.

May 4, 2021

Cusp of an EV Evolution: Readers Sound Off

Cusp of an EV Evolution: Readers Sound Off

Automotive Fleet readers weigh on a number of pressing fleet topics, such as fleet electrification, managing technology, fixed vs. floating rate funding, "smart" tires, and the differences between commercial and utility fleet management.

March 31, 2021

Fleet Safety Trends Influencing Fleets in 2021: Part Three
Fleet Safety Trends Influencing Fleets in 2021: Part Two

Fleet Safety Trends Influencing Fleets in 2021: Part Two

Fleet managers are continually examining a wide range of initiatives to reduce the frequency of accidents, which run the gamut from vehicle selection to implementing advanced driver-assistance safety technology to innovative driver training programs.

March 24, 2021

Fleet Safety Trends Influencing Fleets in 2021: Part One

Fleet Safety Trends Influencing Fleets in 2021: Part One

Fleet safety is a dynamic segment of fleet management and based on conversations with fleet managers in a variety of industries, following is part one in a three part series that details 15 trends currently impacting most commercial fleets.

March 23, 2021

Fleet Managers Struggle to Cope with Data Overload

Fleet Managers Struggle to Cope with Data Overload

The proliferation of telematics, the trend to universal vehicle connectivity, fleet’s interconnection with the Internet of Things, and the emergence of smart cities will create a real-time avalanche of actionable fleet-related data.

December 15, 2020

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