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Surviving Politics in Public Fleet

Common risks emerge for public fleet management from politics, both internal and external, and the impact can be subtle or not so subtle. How do successful fleet managers deal with these risks?

Impacts of Politics on Fleet Management

The modern fleet manager and the companies that serve them need to keep an eye on the political process. They need to watch not just the economic trends, but the political ones as well. Those trends are going to determine what vehicles are available and what they cost.

Public Fleet Managers Lean Republican, According to GF Survey

TORRANCE, CA – The results of a Government Fleet readership survey showed 63% would vote for Mitt Romney, but fleet managers across different parties agreed that getting Congress to work together is one of their key concerns. 48% do not believe in man-made global warming, and 61% believe government entities are too regulated.

Fleets Find Benefits in Take-Home Programs

While some vehicle take-home programs are falling victim to cost-cutting measures, other law enforcement agencies find the practice offers valuable benefits, including greater public police presence and faster response times.