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. How to prevent fuel theft from your fleet of vehicles was last modified: February 28th, 2020 by Veturilo
When contractors don’t show up, it’s perhaps one of the most common consumer complaints. You book an appointment, and no one comes to save the day.
Deductible vehicle expenses for contractors you say? As a self-employed contractor or business owner, you are always looking for ways to make the most of your tax deductible vehicle expenses.
You can do just about anything from your smartphone these days, so it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to know you can also check your vehicle engine temperature.
We talk about driver safety a lot on this blog, and this time our topic is the logging of trips and why you should do it for safety reasons, as well as for boosting efficiency.
Your fleet vehicles are out roaming the streets and parking wherever available, especially during rush hour. In that case, having a towed vehicle locator sounds like a helping hand, right?
Insurance costs is one of the main reasons holding you back as a fleet manager in growing or expanding your fleet. There’s a way around high insurance premiums. It’s all about mileage.
You know the story. A couple of car warning lights appear on the dashboard. Your vehicle runs OK though and you don’t think much of it, and so you ignore them. Big mistake!