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what is fleet management

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

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.
saving time

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

minimising environmental impact

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

easier to plan

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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