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Fleet Policies

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?

9 Policy Writing Traps to Avoid

There are many concerns that must be addressed when creating a policy, as concerns can be different for every company. This includes effectively communicating policies and reviewing them on an annual basis.

Fleet Safety's Focus on Policy and Technology

Fleets need to have back up from its organization to instill a profound safety culture. Having full support from the top down will initiate efforts that are aimed at improving driver safety.

How to Avoid Stagnating as a Fleet Manager

Running a well-managed fleet is a complex task that requires supervision by someone with deep subject-matter expertise. As a result, a fleet manager’s capabilities and expertise can be easily overlooked by executive management not versed in the intricacies of fleet management.

Entitlement Mentality Leads to Vehicle Abuse

Many times employees who have an “entitlement mentality” do not have a sense of responsibility to take care of the company asset as if it was their own. This impacts fleet costs. A company vehicle in poor condition because of driver abuse or neglect will result in lost resale value or incur unnecessary reconditioning expense at auction.