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How to Avoid HR Headaches When Confronting Employees Who Abuse Company Vehicles

If an employee threw trash all over the office floor, scratched the paint off the walls, broke the light bulbs, left holes and dents in the walls, and skipped routine maintenance on the copier until it overheated and broke, no manager would tolerate this abuse. Yet, that is exactly what some fleet managers do tolerate when drivers abuse their company-provided vehicles.

Pricing Employee Sales: Should You Negotiate?

It is an axiom that selling fleet vehicles to employees is a critical part of managing depreciation. Fleet managers use a number of methods to determine price, but should they be willing to negotiate?

How to Minimize Vehicle Abuse

A used company vehicle in poor condition, because of driver abuse or neglect will result in lost resale value. Fleets that have clearly articulated policies about vehicle upkeep and misuse receive a better quality product to remarket.