While the full effects of the the coronavirus are yet to be revealed, fleet managers have learnt their lesson on how to improve fleet deliveries.
These days, we’re all scrubbing our hands like nothing else. Fleet managers are reading up on ‘how to clean and disinfect your vehicle’. And rightly so.
We’re so used to being connected everywhere we go. But how does a fleet manager or small business owner handle a fleet of vehicles with no network coverage?
As a fleet manager, or business owner who runs a fleet, if there’s one thing you need to be well prepared for, it’s how to handle fleet vehicle accidents.
As anticipated, the CVSA International Roadcheck 2020 has been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But why not be prepared for it?
Aggressive driving. The scourge of all of us. At some point or another, we’re all guilty of it. And it’s a major factor in traffic accidents the world over.
How about automagically submitting your detailed, hopefully valid and lengthy mileage report for deductible expenses, for your entire fleet of vehicles?
Mastering how to prevent fuel theft is one of the most under-estimated but useful aspects of business for a fleet owner operating a small/medium-sized fleet
Mastering how to prevent fuel theft is perhaps one of the most under-estimated but useful aspects of your business as a fleet manager or business owner who operates a small to medium-sized fleet.
They say sharing is caring, and that’s why from time to time we like to dispense some valuable advice. And this time it’s about a few simple ways in which you can improve your car rental business.