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Track, Train, and Retain: Keeping Commercial Driver Training Fresh

Ever hear of the “doorway effect”? It’s what happens when you walk through a door and forget what you were saying, doing, and even why you passed through the doorway in the first place. You’ll be heading for the kitchen with every intention of making yourself a peanut butter...

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(Guest Post) The Best Ways to Save Money Running a Business Fleet

Reducing Fleet Costs

Saving money on a business fleet might seem impossible to many aspiring fleet managers, but there are a few things that you can do to trim down your expenses. If you are just starting up and have to use some of your own capital, finding ways to effectively cut...

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(Guest Post) 4 Tips for Managing Your Business Fleet

Tips for managing your business fleet.

For fleet-owning businesses, company vehicles are among their most prized assets. When you have a fleet of well-maintained, reliable vehicles at your disposal, the only thing you have to worry about is making sure that you manage your growing fleet properly. The following are a few pointers to help...

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08 Jun, 2017

Fleet Manager™ Ranked in Top 5 for Performance, Ease of Use, and Customer Service

2017 Reviewers' Choice for Fleet Management Software

It’s one thing to say your product is the best. It’s another thing entirely to have hundreds of users vouch for your solution. Software Advice has just released their Reviewer’s Choice picks for the best fleet management solution. While this honor might not come as a surprise to our...

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06 Apr, 2017

The Top 5 Fleet Management Challenges for 2017

Challengers Fleet Managers face

A few years ago, most fleet management challenges surrounded rising maintenance and vehicle acquisition costs. While these issues are still relevant today, recent changes in the industry mean that there are even more problems to address. The following is a round-up of 5 common fleet management headaches faced by...

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21 Feb, 2017

5 Things Successful Fleet Managers NEVER Do

Want to be a successful fleet manager? Avoid these 5 things.

Fleet managers are responsible for every task that involves vehicle selection, maintenance, and management in a fleet’s operations. Since they deal with a significant portion of their company’s expenses, they cannot afford to make mistakes. The following are five things that great fleet managers avoid at all costs. Assume...

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09 Feb, 2017

A Friendly Fleet: 5 Ways to Improve Driver Retention and Boost Employee Morale

5 Driver Retention Strategies for Your Fleet

Well-managed commercial vehicle fleets help businesses keep up with their competition and realize their potential. The fleet’s drivers are vital resources needed to meet deadlines, transport assets, and inventory, and keep customers satisfied. Invest in Maximum Insurance Maximum levels of vehicle and driver insurance are prudent. For commercial fleets,...

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26 Jan, 2017

5 Things Successful Fleet Managers Do

We take a look at 5 things the best fleet managers do.

Typical fleet manager responsibilities usually involve establishing a vehicle maintenance program, managing drivers, supervising the fleet’s financial activities, and ensuring overall efficiency. While all of these responsibilities can easily overwhelm some ill-prepared fleet managers, there are many who rise to the occasion and find great ways to optimize their...

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06 Dec, 2016

What Is a Fleet Manager?

In a companies that rely on a fleet of vehicles and drivers, fleet managers play a pivotal role. A fleet manager is typically responsible for acquiring and maintaining the fleet, managing vehicle maintenance schedules, and overseeing their employer’s mobile workforce. In any company with a variety of high-value mobile...

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Surprising Things Fleet Managers Can Learn From Driving Behavior Analysis

Fleet managers stand to gain a lot from driving behavior analysis.

Very few things can affect your fleet’s efficiency and running costs as much as driving behavior. By improving your entire fleet’s driving behavior, you can reduce operational costs such as fuel expenditure, maintenance charges, insurance costs, etc. Some recent studies have even found that, by encouraging the right driving behavior,...

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