As you may have noticed, this release is all about maintenance management! So, we’ve prepared a few timesavers for your fleet maintenance.
When buying a vehicle for your business, you’ll eventually have to ask yourself: Should you buy a used or a new fleet vehicle? Which is best?
For fleet managers and contractors, vehicle upfitting is a tough nut to crack.But it doesn’t have to be daunting, so long as you follow a few simple rules.
Do you keep receiving more requests to serve customers than you can handle with your existing vehicles and drivers? Time to grow? Here’s a short guide with some of basic parameters you need to keep in mind before you get started preparing to expand your small fleet of vehicles.
Something old, something borrowed or something new? Where fleet management is concerned, the decision on whether to go with used fleet vehicles or buy new ones can be a tricky one.
While in life, it’s a pretty safe bet to follow the old proverb “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, when it comes to fleet vehicle replacement, you shouldn’t wait until they’re broken.