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Auto Fleet - September 2009
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In this Issue:
DWT Proven to Increase Accidents
While using cell phones in general greatly contributes to vehicle accidents, driving while texting (DWT) poses a higher risk than just talking on the phone while driving.
Best Practices Increasing Personal Use Compliance
What’s fleet manager to do when drivers fail to comply with personal use reporting? Fleet management pros share proven practices that emphasize policy, communication, and consequences.
Learning from Yesterday’s Fleet Managers
It’s important today’s fleet managers understand in days past, fleet managers were, in fact managers and not merely administrators, as the acronym NAFA may have suggested. Much of their experience is relevant and instructive today.
Ge Fleet Services Foresees a ‘Reset’ in Fleet Management
GE believes a “reset” has occurred in the macroeconomy that will ultimately transform the fleet industry. That is, the way business was conducted prior to the current economic crisis won’t work in today’s new world.
Audi Q5 Focuses on Safety & Security
The 2009 Audi Q5 crossover SUV offers a smooth ride, while providing drivers a number of safety features for added protection.
10 Recommendations: What Drivers Should Do After a Fleet Accidents
Drivers must collect as much information as possible when involved in an accident. Failure to do so can lengthen the accident management process and create unnecessary liability exposure. What information should be gathered?
More Diverse Vehicle Selectors: Will the U.S. Mirror Europe’s Fleet Market?
Diverse vehicle selectors offering multiple makes and models are relatively common among European corporate fleets. Could the same future unfold for the U.S. fleet market over the next decade?
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