Do you run a fleet? You know that maintenance is the lifeblood of any business fleet. Get on top of maintenance and you can save money, keep more vehicles online and keep your operation running smoothly. But maintaining a fleet of vehicles can be expensive and complicated, and the costs can easily spiral out of control if not managed properly. Here we will discuss three ways that fleet managers can take control of their fleet maintenance costs and improve their bottom line.
As a fleet manager, you already know that fuel costs are one of your biggest variable expenses. That’s been especially true as gas prices have increased to near-record levels. Still, there are things you can do to manage fleet fuel costs and keep those expenses in check. Integrating these five tips into your day-to-day fuel strategy can save you up to 15% on your bill. Let’s take a look. Read More
In a world of high gas prices and touchless digital transactions and potential credit card fraud, it’s never been more important to make sure your fleet fuel payments are secure and efficient. Car IQ integrates with your GPS Trackit fleet management solution to streamline and secure the process for businesses of all sizes.
Almost every business equipment and software purchase your company makes (up to $1,080,000, or your company’s net income, whichever is smaller) qualifies for a Section 179 deduction. That means you can deduct what you paid in 2022 for equipment ranging from vehicles, computers, heavy equipment, and—you guessed it—GPS tracking devices.
You might think that idling is a harmless habit that doesn’t make much of a dent in your bottom line. But idling can actually end up costing you more money than you realize. Let’s take a look at how much fuel is wasted when we idle and why it’s important to avoid this problem. Read More
Get even more functionality from your fleet management platform with GPS monitoring system accessories that give you more control over your vehicles and their cargo. These accessories are just some of the efficiency enhancements you can ask your GPS Trackit Fleet Advisor.
With more than 150 vehicles in his fleet, Bill Rogers was hunting through lots of haystacks to find the “needles”—information he needed to make the decisions that would save ServiceSource some money.
The reality for many small- and mid-sized field services businesses? The increase in fuel costs and disruptions to the supply chain has made it that much harder to stay afloat. When a single lawn service crew is spending $100 per day on fuel—and adding clients usually translates into even more driving—the path to profits just gets longer.
One of Clauser Tree Care’s clients had a big problem. Namely, an enormous log was sitting in her Philadelphia-area yard. Clauser had taken down the tree earlier in the day, but the size of the log meant a different truck needed to be dispatched to take it away. Hoping to get it taken care of before the weekend, she called Clauser in the late afternoon to see what could be done.