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extended vehicle lifecycles

Extended Service Lives Demand Preservation Strategies

The rule of thumb has been to replace vehicles before the operating costs trend line starts to exceed that of fixed costs. But what happens when you can’t source replacement vehicles due to order allocation restrictions?

Avoiding "Fleet Tunnel Vision"

It is critical not to lose the customers’ perspectives. What can be overlooked is that the costs captured in a fleet management information system only captures the small fleet portion — not the real costs of the overall organization.

Yearly Turn-Over???

While many fleets have found a number of workable formulas for length of vehicle ownership, a general rule of thumb for the average fleet might be to buy or lease new cars, keep them for about three years or 60,000 miles, then dispose of them by the most advantageous method.

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