Commercial fleets have an annual accident rate of about 20%, and high-risk drivers can cost you up to $70,000 in a fleet accident. That is almost double what you pay for a workplace injury. High-risk drivers cause the highest number of collisions.
Appliance repair is a necessary field service with an uninterrupted demand for fleet vehicles and on-site technicians.
Let's face it:
If you want loyal customers, you must deliver top-of-the-class customer services. In fact, according to a 2015 survey by Aspect Consumer Experience, 67 percent of customers believe a business' customer service shows how much they value customers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has plunged the global economy into a deep crisis. Businesses that rely on fleet vehicles have gone through a major shake-up, especially in terms of logistics and sales.
Drivers are the heartbeat of any business that operates a fleet. They manage the fleet and ensure that services get delivered on time.
The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected all facets of the fleet management industry. Due to the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, fleet companies have had to rethink their business strategies while keeping costs down and employees safe.
It's a nightmare for drivers: You put your foot on the brake and nothing happens. When your brakes fail, the thing you need to do is bring the vehicle to a stop as quickly and safely as possible.
Even in the face of a raging pandemic, truck drivers are working very hard to keep goods flowing. They are navigating a challenging work environment to keep grocery stores and medical providers stocked with essential products.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), on average, a fleet accident that causes injury can cost $70,000. For perspective, the typical workplace injury costs $36,000.