Regardless of the number of vehicles in a fleet management company, all fleet managers should be concerned about lowering fleet costs and boosting efficiency.
Work trucks are designed to be reliable under a variety of conditions. Rain, snow, ice, mud, and any other imaginable terrain should be no problem for a work truck.
There are several stand-out vehicles in 2019 that are worth a look whether you are leasing or buying. The following are the best work trucks in 2019 and what makes them the best.
When you run a professional business fleet, the mental clarity of your drivers is an important part of your calculations. Naturally, you hire down-to-earth experienced professionals who take the job of driving seriously. But even a highly responsible person can be at-risk behind the wheel when exhausted.
Fuel cards are probably one of the biggest innovations in the modern trucking industry that has completely revolutionized the way companies manage their fleets. Drivers with fuel cards can gas up their vehicles at any time without having to worry about submitting receipts or waiting for their company to reimburse them - which makes their life much easier.
Running an electrician, plumbing, or other home service business is going to mean making a smart decision on whether to lease or buy your fleet vehicles. The decision on what to do can often become challenging if you're not really sure how to analyze what you need.
If you are a business owner or fleet manager it's very important that you analyze the company's financials and continuously look for ways to cut costs since it can directly impact your bottom line. Here are several strategies you can implement to reduce overall fleet expenses.
Those of you with new home service businesses know your fleet vehicles are going to spend a considerable amount of time on the road. If you've already made a decision on leasing or buying those vehicles, you still have more decisions to make.
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Vehicles are a vital part of modern business. There are hundreds of industries and sub-industries that involve driving to and from customer locations and worksites. Then factor in regional managers who travel from location to location, C-level managers with company cars, driving around visiting clients, and road-based business trips.
Across the globe, drones have risen in popularity in a way that promises to revolutionize the way freight logistics happen across the world. We have already witnessed this shift in the engineering and construction sector where they have snapped realistic aerial photographs of the layout. Fleets of trucks can benefit from this new technology.
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