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How a Fleet Manager Shrank His Fleet Despite City Growth
Our New Facility & What We Can’t Live Without
Reducing Inefficient Outsourcing: 6 Case Studies
How Telematics Can Help Monitor Vehicle Health, Save Money
Insourcing Maintenance: How to Start

Insourcing Maintenance: How to Start

Insourcing work — providing work to other public entities — has its benefits, including reducing costs to customers and helping fleet operations with fewer resources. Here’s how to start.

May 13, 2020

Refuse Truck Trends to Watch

Refuse Truck Trends to Watch

Just as passenger vehicles are becoming safer and more connected, so too are refuse trucks. But these complex fleet assets are also setting some of their own trends specific to their specialized function.

May 8, 2020

West Palm Beach Fleet Services: Socially Distant, More Connected than Ever
Fleet Sends Techs to School for EV Training

Fleet Sends Techs to School for EV Training

The City of Vancouver, B.C., Canada worked with a local technical institution to develop an electric vehicle maintenance program, with city technicians serving as the first students.

January 10, 2020

Take Preventive Maintenance to the Next Level
Test Your Tires Like a Pro

Test Your Tires Like a Pro

You don’t have to have big-fleet money, manpower and machines to obtain useful tire test results. Time, patience, and discipline can give even small fleets excellent tire performance data.

July 12, 2019

Reducing Expenses with GM Fleet's Discount Parts Program
Sharing Services, Cutting Costs

Sharing Services, Cutting Costs

The Cumberland County Improvement Authority in New Jersey started a program to share fleet maintenance services with other government entities, leading to reduced costs for each participating entity.

May 10, 2019

5 Employee Inventions Saving Fleets Time & Money
What Services Should You Outsource?
How to Purchase, Store & Handle Diesel Exhaust Fluid

How to Purchase, Store & Handle Diesel Exhaust Fluid

Diesel engine vehicles can be damaged by using low quality diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). Repairs can be very expensive with long downtime possible, and damage could void the manufacturer’s warranty.

April 26, 2019

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