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Why fleet management is required?

  • Fleet vehicle management can include a range of functions, such as vehicle financing, vehicle maintenance, vehicle telematics tracking, diagnostics, driver management.

  • It is a function which allows companies which rely on transportation in business to remove or minimize the risks associated with vehicle investment.

  • Improving efficiency, productivity and reducing their overall transportation and staff costs, providing 100% compliance with government legislation (duty of care) and many more.

What is fleet management?

Fleet management system

Saving money

  • When selecting vehicles, the whole-of-life costs are compared instead of just the purchase price.

  • This can save the organisation’s money.

  • This process also involves analysing future estimated resale values (residuals), an important factor in the whole-of-life cost of a vehicle.

  • Buying multiple vehicles at once as well as discounts on fuel, insurance, servicing and repairs.

  • Analysis of fleet management activities of other organisations, local dealer targets and market.

fleet management

  • In the motor vehicle auction process used by local governments is a useful guide and auctions often provide better returns on sale than dealer trade-in prices.

  • Fuel card information systems and other fleet records provide data for monitoring fuel consumption.

  •  Vehicles with service records also return a higher resale value.

  • Selection of vehicles of the appropriate size and decreased fuel consumption.

  • Scheduled maintenance can mean less vehicle downtime for breakdowns or repairs.

  • This systems identify when vehicles are due to be re-registered and multiple vehicles can be registered at once.

  • Regular maintenance and efficient driving practices often increase the lifespan of vehicles so less time is spent replacing vehicles.

  • Fleet management rules, policies and procedures increase efficiency.

  • We can give goods to dealers early when a vehicles is due to be replaced and delivery can be scheduled.

Saving time

  • When selecting vehicles, analysis of vehicle usage, safety, whole-of-life costs, estimated resale values, environmental impact, business plans and available resources.

  • This means vehicles selected are more likely to be compatible with the organisation's business objectives and context.

Selection of vehicles

  • The impact of a fleet on the environment is minimised by strategies like training employees to use

  • Efficient driving techniques

  • Reducing fuel consumption

  • Selecting fuel-efficient vehicles

  • Considering alternative fuels

  • Maintaining vehicles.

    6. Pollution control

Minimising environmental impact

  • Vehicle selection usually involves analysis of vehicle safety ratings.

  • Drivers are educated about safe driving via policies and procedures, instructions and employee induction and training.

  • Monitoring of maintenance records, repairs and vehicle performance can help to identify and reduce safety risks.

Better safety

  • Tracking of estimated and actual residual values for vehicles can assist with fleet planning.

  • The order and delivery process can be managed to ensure there is enough time to consider replacement options.

  • Place the order and for the new vehicle to be delivered by the replacement due date.

  • Maintenance and servicing of vehicles is scheduled so replacement vehicles.

  • We can arrange alternative transport can be organised.

Easier to plan

  • Fleet management records enable regular monitoring and reporting.

  • Checking processes ensure vehicles delivered match the original specification and order.

  • Fuel cards and their associated information systems provide accountability for fuel usage and costs.

    Organisation image and employee satisfaction

  • Selection of appropriate vehicles can have a positive impact on driver satisfaction and the organisation's public image.

Greater Accountability

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