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Linked In Connects Fleet Industry Members

May 22, 2009

TORRANCE, CAAutomotive Fleet is providing fleet professionals a way to network with industry peers without ever leaving their computer. By joining the group on, an online social networking site designed especially for professionals, the convenience of getting to know other fleet professionals, sharing best practices, getting answers to urgent questions, and forging partnerships can be done any time of the day from any location.

Discussions currently taking place in the LinkedIn discussion room include:

  • Vehicle allowance benchmarking.
  • Swine Flu prevention by passenger transportation operators.
  • Pre- and post-trip vehicle inspections by drivers of light- and medium-duty vehicles.
  • Fleet vehicle replacement issues.

Log in today to, and visit Automotive Fleet's discussion page to provide your input, or request feedback from industry peers on issues currently concerning you.


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