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fleet maintenance
As a fleet manager, fleet maintenance is important for finding and fixing issues with your fleet. Getting the most out of your vehicles means being aware of your car. Your vehicles are one of your fleet’s top investments thus, taking proper care of them is important to managing a productive business. You can’t know what’s...
Managing your fleet can be hard, but it shouldn’t always be. To be a successful fleet manager, there are a number of habits you must adopt. These fleet management best practices, when applied correctly, can set you up for success. The greatest fleet managers take great advantage of the following effective best practices. Let’s dive...
Reducing collisions are a top priority for fleet managers. Beyond safety concerns for fleet drivers, the financial burden and logistical headache of collisions is a main motivator. From direct costs like motor vehicle repair and replacement to indirect costs like loss of business and administrative burden, even one collision can set off a domino effect...
In a world where the pace of business continues to accelerate, it is imperative that you choose a fleet management solution that integrates with your current technologies and is also future-ready. The right fleet management provider can take an inefficient fleet and change it advantageously. The following are some of the things to consider when...
Efficiency indicators also known as key performance indicators (KPI) is any measurable value that demonstrates how efficiently your fleet is...
Improving efficiency has long been a top priority for fleet managers. With fuel prices continuing to fluctuate, any way to keep costs in line and maximize profits must be explored. Below are three ways to improve the efficiency of your fleet. Maintenance and replacement An effective maintenance program will help lay the foundations of a...
The term Wallbox is used to refer to the fixed point of recharging electric vehicles. Wallbox refers to the physical system that provides electrical power to the vehicle plugged in by a cable. This device, powered by alternating current, either in single or three phase mode, brings together several components that make the whole system...