Do you employ fleet management best practices? Review our Top 10 checklist and find out.
Are you thinking about starting a car sharing initiative? There are lots of good reasons to share vehicles: reduced costs, improved service, unburdening staff. But if you've put it off, here are some signs you may want to do it sooner than later.
Troy Beam, who has served as the Scott County, MN Fleet Manager for 18 years, offers an update on the savings and efficiencies the county has achieved since automating their fleet processes in 2013. Most notably, Beam discusses the county's significant reduction in payouts for personal vehicle use reimbursements.
Use of personal vehicles for business purposes is a common practice in many organizations, even if they have a motor pool. However, organizations conducting “business as usual” may be unsuspectingly losing tens of thousands of dollars a year in personal vehicle use reimbursements. While it may seem easier to continue a well-established practice, organizations can virtually eliminate this unnecessary expense and improve vehicle utilization with an automated motor pool solution. Today's blog takes a look at ...
So you say you have your fleet policies articulated in writing, bound in an official-looking document in your fleet office. That’s great! That means you know that having and communicating policy is the single most important thing a fleet manager can do to manage costs and risks associated with a fleet and motor pool.
But do your policies sit on a shelf or are you putting them to work for you?