When your doctor prescribes a medication, they rarely take you aside and say "Don't go to work" or "Don't drive while on this prescription".
A fleet manager is tasked with various responsibilities. Among them is making sure that the company and its employees are compliant with IRS rules and regulations.
Right now, vehicle manufacturing is facing the supply chain SNAFU. This issue is coming from several directions at once, compounding into a single definable problem: It's hard to find the new or used vehicles you need to complete your commercial fleet.
Keeping a handle on small business expenses can be difficult. It is easy for the costs to climb, leading some savvy business owners to look for ways to control spending and manage expenses.
Asset management is an invaluable aspect that affects the efficiency of your fleet operation. As the year approaches its final stretch, you must assess your fleet assets to determine their relevance in your business. The temptation to keep your older vehicles is irresistible because of the short supply of new ones.
The unexpected pandemic hit hard to the extent that many companies advised their employees to park company vehicles, avoid in-person meetings or business travel, and stay safe.
The ongoing semiconductor chip shortage has had a significantly severe impact on the global automotive industry.
For the fleet management industry, the supply chain is a big concern for most players and an important topic of discussion in 2021. Everyone is wondering what the new year holds for the new vehicle delivery schedules in 2022 as we wrap up 2021.
Company-provided fleet vehicles continue to be the most cost-efficient and safest method of offering transportation to workers who need to travel to deliver and service products and meet customers. There are a couple of ways fleet companies can provide these vehicles: ownership or lease.
The automotive industry is evolving each day as it continues to incorporate technology. The rising attention electric vehicles are seeing in the country has caused fleet owners to consider a switch from the conventional internal combustion engine, ICE cars.