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Paul Clinton
2015 Hyundai Genesis 5.0

By Paul Clinton
The Genesis equipped with the V-6 has been the bigger seller, and the V-8's benefit may be primarily to tap into more primal urges. It's a sedan that always seems ready to give you more power than you desire.

2015 Lexus NX 200t F Sport

By Paul Clinton

Nobody Asked Me, But...

Sherb Brown
Fleet Management: Part Art, Part Science

By Sherb Brown
Fleet management is part art, part science. Recent developments in the industry have made it more science and less art for sure. There are a lot of very complex decisions to go into the daily operation of a fleet.

The More Things Change, The More They Actually Change

By Sherb Brown

FleetSpeak

Thi Dao
Know Your Audience When Using Acronyms

By Thi Dao
Are you a CAFM, CPFP, or CEM? Do you belong to MEMA or FLAGFA, or the NCSFA? Do you use CNG or LNG in your fleet? Do you even know what I’m talking about?

Hiring and Keeping the Best Administrative Staff

By Thi Dao

Chatty Chassis

Lauren Fletcher
Driven to Continuous Improvement

By Lauren Fletcher
Today’s fleet managers are pressured to keep doing more with less, while saving their companies money year-over-year, and, at the same time, ensuring that drivers are safe and accomplishing their jobs. It’s a tough job, and countless individuals couldn’t imagine doing anything else.

Rightsizing is Not the Same as Downsizing

By Lauren Fletcher

Government Fleet Market Trends

Mike Antich
My Remembrances of Ed Bobit

By Mike Antich
One of the highest compliments to someone in the auto industry is to say they have gasoline running through their veins. In Ed Bobit's case, he had "fleet" running through his veins.

Fleet Is Not an Island Unto Itself

By Mike Antich

Small Fleets – Big Challenges

Gary Lykins
Encouraging Ownership Among Employees

By Gary Lykins
Typically, a small fleet will have fewer people performing more duties, and that requires a staff that understands the magnitude of their responsibilities.

"Making" it Green

By Gary Lykins

Anonymous Public Fleet Manager

Anonymous  Author
Micromanaging Fleet Operations

By Anonymous Author
In the past few weeks, several veteran fleet managers have vented to me, voicing frustration with their directors’ micromanaging fleet operations. Some of these requests and orders run contrary to best fleet practices and may even be politically motivated.

The True Cost of Rework

By Anonymous Author

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