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Fleet Financials - March/April 2008

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ServiceMaster’s Fleet Management Team Delivers Service and Savings

Customer service, maintenance management, asset management, and engineering design are key best practices.

Making the Hard Decisions: Right-Sizing Your Fleet
It is critical not to let vehicle inventory get out of hand. Right-sizing is a difficult, but necessary task.

How to Identify AT-Risk Drivers
Since bad driving habits can mean millions of dollars in liability exposure, pinpointing drivers who pose a risk is a critical corporate responsibility.

Corporate Fleets Embrace the ‘Green’
Private sector fleets are taking on more social responsibility with green initiatives.

How to Defuse Driver Resistance to GPS
A GPS system can be a useful fleet management tool. However, the system must be properly introduced to employees to promote acceptance and cooperation.

Saving Fuel: What Works, What Doesn’t
There are many proven ways to control fuel expense, but some that are circulated may be urban myths.

General vs. Specialty Selector: Pros & Cons
Specialty selectors have been used for years. Some companies are moving away from them. Is it a good idea?

Moving Fleet Management to Driver Level
Technology drives new fleet-useful products and services. One thing will never change, the driver is the catalyst for success, and managers know it.

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