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Auto Fleet - November 2003

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In this Issue:

Fuel Price Volatility Increases Fleet Operating Cost in 2003
Vehicles are being kept in service longer than ever and accumulating higher miles, which is exerting upward pressure on operating costs. About 35 percent of a vehicle’s lifetime operating cost occurs in the 68,000-80,000-mile range.

On Online “One-Stop Shop” for Employee Sales
A collaboration of LeasePlan USA,, and Philips’ Medical Systems took the best of online programs and added new features to create a sales tool with “substance, accessibility, and marketability.”

The Future Direction of Automotive Design
What design trends will influence the next generation of fleet vehicles? Bob Lutz, vice president of product development for General Motors, recently shared his thoughts with AF on RWD, crossovers, and future GM models.
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