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Auto Fleet - January 2005

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In this Issue:

How Good Are We at Predicting the Future?
In the January 2000 issue of Automotive Fleet, 32 fleet management experts were assembled to predict how fleet management would change by 2005. Looking back, these predictions were remarkably close to today’s reality.

Top 7 Trends in New-Vehicle Selection and Purchasing
Anticipated is a significant growth of hybrids and import-badged vehicles in commercial fleet usage, the increasing influence of purchasing and procurement groups, and more sophisticated online new-vehicle ordering systems.

Top 10 Trends in Maintenance Trends
Vehicles are being kept in service for longer periods, but this is mitigated by the fact that today’s models are the highest-quality vehicles ever built. New technologies, such as hybrid powertrains, will mean new maintenance issues.
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