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AutomotiveFleet.com, Government-Fleet.com Update Statistics Channel

February 05, 2016

Screenshot via AF.
Screenshot via AF.

AutomotiveFleet.com, Government-Fleet.com and other Bobit Business Media websites have updated the Statistics Channel as a more dynamic resource for commercial and government fleet managers, as well as fleet management companies.

The new channel provides statistical research dating back to 2003 on topics such as fleet leasing and management, fleet salaries, maintenance costs, operating costs, remarketing trends, safety, and vehicle registrations.

"Effective fleet management relies at least in part on a data-driven decision-making process, and we hope we've given our readers a resource that aids in that process," said Sherb Brown, vice president and group publisher.

The new channel provides more than 100 individual PDF-based reports that users can download for no charge. To download the report, users must fill out a form providing some basic information. The form is required only once for multiple downloads.

The Statistics Channel also appears on other Bobit Business Media websites, including WorkTruckOnline.com, Government-Fleet.com, BusinessFleet.com, and FleetFinancials.com.

View the channel here.

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