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Auto Fleet - April 2009

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Resale Values Up, But Market Remains Fragile
Factors contributing to the uptick in resale values include a lower supply of used vehicles due to decreased trade-ins and lower fuel prices. However, some remarketers see volatility to the wholesale market.

5 Fleets Successfully Reduce Fuel Expenses
Fleets are improving gas mileage by as much as 50 percent, decreasing operational costs by 30 percent, and positively impacting the environment by reducing fuel usage and expense.

AF Fleet Manager Award Finalists Narrow to 3
Of 11 nominees, three have been selected as this year’s finalists. The winner will be announced April 26 at NAFA’s 2009 Institute & Expo in New Orleans.

Fleets Reap Benefits of Employee Sales
This upstream remarketing channel, which offers out-of-service fleet vehicles not only to drivers, but also to the broader purchasing pool of other company workers, saves money, and provides a valuable employee benefit.

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