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Fleet Toolbox’s fleetPLAN - Detailed Guides and Formulas for Your Fleet Operation

August 10, 2011

TORRANCE, CA - In our last article covering Fleet Toolbox’s features we’re going to focus on fleetPLAN. fleetPLAN is a collection of 1,200 pages of plans designed to help fleet managers tackle specific problems in their operation. Each plan offers not only an overview of the steps to take in each specific area but also related formulas.

The major areas covered in the different plans are as follows:

  • Goals
  • Facilities
  • Computer Systems
  • Shop Equipment
  • Staffing and Qualifications
  • Activity Based Costing and Productivity Analysis
  • Contract Work
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Preventive Maintenance Program
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Workflow and Communication
  • Utilization Management
  • Replacement Program
  • Accounting and Billing
  • Customer Service, Downtime, and Performance Contract
  • Service Agreement
  • Parts Inventory
  • Fuel Management and Alternative Fuel
  • Vehicle Procurement
  • Emergency Management and Disaster Response
  • Safety and Environmental Policy

fleetPLAN requires a Professional-level subscription. For fleets with sizes from 1 to 499, the price is $595 per year. For fleets with more than 500 vehicles, the cost is $1,195 per year. To try out what Fleet Toolbox has to offer in general, you can sign up for a free Lite account here.

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