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Auto Fleet - October 2011

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In This issue:

Features
Natural Calamities Impact MY-2011OTD Times
Last April’s earthquake in Japan and subsequent disrupted the automotive supply chain, causing parts shortage, which delayed order to delivery times. Extreme weather conditions also impacted shipments.

Tales About Executive Fleets
While executive flees are becoming smaller, they offer unique challenges for fleet managers. Solving them involves creativity and consistency.

Honorees Inducted to Fleet Hall of Fame
Seven fleet professionals were inducted into the Fleet Hall of Fame at the 2011 Automobile Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA) annual conference.

VW Strategy to Grow its Commercial Fleet Market Shore
Volkswagen held its first ever corporate fleet preview last June, outlining an ambitious plan to dramatically increase overall U.S. sales, with fleet playing a key role in the growth strategy. The preview also included a tour of its new $1-billion assembly plant in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Implementing a Fleet Safety Program Explained
Fleet Response recently hosted a seminar led by ADTS Vice President Phil Moser for select clients to mark its headquarters renovation and to emphasize safe fleet behavior.

How to Avoid Professional Obsolescence
It’s been a long time since anyone needed a “buggy whip” and those eight-track tapes belong in a museum. Don’t allow yourself to be listed; avoid professional obsolescence by taking a few key steps.

making it Personal: Extending the Safety Message
For those companies that permit personal use of company vehicles a safety culture should extend beyond working hours. How to make the safety message heard 24/7 is discussed.

How to Deal with Driver ‘Amnesia’
You hear it more often than you’d like looking at a fuel card record, you note a driver is buying premium fuel. You remind him that fleet policy prohibits that, and the response is “I forgot.” How you can deal with it is shared.

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