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Auto Fleet - September 2005

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57% of All 2005 Models Had OTDs Under 60 Days
The AF order-to-delivery (OTD) survey tracked 153,683 new-vehicle delivery times for 86 months during the 2005 MY based on data supplied by six fleet management companies.

Is Maintenance Management Obsolete?
Maintenance management programs remain essentially the same as they were some 30 years ago. Have the dramatic changes in vehicle design and manufacture rendered this venerable service, in its present form, obsolete?

Maintenance Management is More Important Than Ever!
Technological advances have helped maintenance programs remain a valuable fleet resource, providing tools for more informed decision-making, effective communication, greater operational control, and more accurately quantified fleet value.
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