Many business fleets choose to lease their vehicles instead of buying them outright. Leasing allows you to upgrade your models easily every few years and provides the benefit of a professional vehicle-sourcing partner. Whether you are keeping up with the latest luxury passenger vehicles or the best safety features for your work trucks, every lease eventually comes to an end.
Inflation is striking nearly every US industry and every sector of the economy. As a fleet manager, your customers, employees and suppliers all feel the clinch.
When you are operating a commercial fleet, it is important to know how your fleet and individual vehicles are classified. The exact rules regarding commercial vehicles can determine everything from your insurance policies to your driver licensing obligations.
Are you an overworked fleet manager struggling to keep up with the ever-increasing demands of your job? Are long hours and endless paperwork making it hard to balance business operations, maintenance, budgeting, and safety compliance? Don't worry; help is here!
As with many niches, there are principles and practices in the transportation industry that must be respected to achieve a sustainable fleet management solution.
Cars are getting smarter by the day and depending on your perspective, this can be an excellent or scary prospect. Regardless of how you view the addition of this new tech to cars, one thing remains constant; all this is at par with humans' innate need to innovate.
Human error is a major cause of collisions. According to a survey, there are at least 7.277 million car accidents in the United States annually. That works out to about 19,937 crashes daily and 831 accidents hourly. But with the invention of automatic emergency braking, collisions have been reduced.
When it comes to your fleet, the safety and security of your drivers and passengers are paramount. That's why creating an effective safety program for your fleet is important. You know that accidents will happen, but you can limit the frequency and severity with an effective safety program.
AI is increasingly gaining prominence as a potent transformation driver across all industries in today's technology-driven world, especially in the automotive sector. It now influences the manufacturing of vehicles and how people ultimately use their vehicles.
As gas prices continue to rise, businesses are feeling the pressure to find new and innovative ways to save money. One area that is often overlooked is fleet leasing.