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Fleet Policies

VPEMA: A New Acronym to Successful Fleet Management

VPEMA stands for Vision, Plan, Execution, Measurement, and Adjustment. Like so many other effective fleet ideas, VPEMA was “stolen” from another industry – billing software — and applied to the fleet management ecosystem.

What Fleet Safety Policies Should Cover

There are three components that make up fleet safety, which includes drivers, vehicles, and policy. The third component, fleet policy, should make some consideration to fleet safety. 

Harness the Power of Driver Engagement

If you are not actively engaging your drivers to help meet fleet objectives, you are managing the fleet with one hand tied behind your back. Most fleet programs focus on managing the asset versus managing the driver.

When to Restrict Personal Use of Fleet Vehicles

Are your fleet drivers using company vehicles for personal use? Setting policies regarding family use, age limits, driving infractions, and other behaviors helps reduce risks and limit liability.

Fleet Complacency Is the Prelude to Fleet Stagnation

A great fleet manager constantly conceptualizes new initiatives, is creative in problem-solving, motivates staff and suppliers to excel, and is willing to experiment by implementing new technology-based fleet solutions.

Fleet Management Hasn't Changed

It’s an old adage, but believe it or not, it applies quite nicely to fleet management. Though sometimes it is tempting to say that the job of managing a fleet has changed dramatically, has it really?