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Auto Fleet - March 2012

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FEATURES

Fleet Car Maintenance Costs Remain Flat in 2011-CY
A decrease in overall frequency of repairs for fleet cars caused maintenance costs to decrease slightly in calendar-year 2011. However, this was off set by the higher average cost for tires and oil change transactions in the 2011-CY.

Stop Thief! Protecting a Fleet from Criminals
Vehicle theft is a multi-billion-dollar criminal enterprise, and fleet vehicles can be particularly attractive targets. A layered approach of low-tech and high-tech strategies can stop thieves in their tracks.

16 Nominated for 2012 Fleet Manager of the Year
This year’s group of nominees manages fleets operating 400 to more than 37,000 vehicles and has a combined industry experience of nearly 245 years.

All-New Fleet Safety Conference Addresses Major Issues
How do you make a “top-down” safety eff ort? Or prepare for a safety-related lawsuit? Or avoid a negligent entrustment suit? Learn the answers to all of these questions and more at the 2012 Fleet Safety Conference.

Safelite AutoGlass Pilots the Chevrolet Volt
The company leased 18 Chevrolet Volts as part of a pilot program to see if the vehicle would help reduce fuel spend and GHG emissions in the sales and repair segments of its fleet. The results have been positive so far.

In the Lane & Online: The Evolution of Remarketing
Vehicle remarketing has come a long way from its early “cattle” auction days. Advancements in technology have made it possible to reach a wider audience of prospective buyers.

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