Safety & Accident

Government Fleet’s Top 10 Articles From 2012

January 02, 2013

TORRANCE, CA – Each year Government Fleet takes a look back at the most viewed online articles of the year. For 2012, fuel management system purchasing tips top the most-read list, while other popular topics were outsourcing and off-road equipment maintenance.

Below is this year’s list, along with links to each article.

  1. 15 Questions to Ask When Purchasing a Fuel Management System
  2. How to Write & Analyze a Customer Satisfaction Survey
  3. North Dakota Finds Purchasing Solution for Complex Snow Plow Truck Delivery
  4. In-House or Outsource: State Fleets Take Different Maintenance Paths
  5. A High-Yield Investment: Seattle Attains No. 1 Fleet Position
  6. Staying Competitive: San Diego Right-Sources Its Fleet
  7. New Ways to Bolster Fleet Safety
  8. Utility Vehicle Maintenance Best Practices
  9. Saving Money & the Environment through Oil Initiatives
  10. Tips for Ensuring Proper Equipment Maintenance

For a list of the top 10 news articles of 2012, click here.

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