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January 22, 2018

Optimized Truck TCO Starts with the Right Specs

Vehicle specifications should be defined by the fleet application and mission requirements. A truism in truck fleet management is to design a truck that will accommodate your operational requirements rather than trying to make your operation conform to the truck. Here's how you do it.

November 27, 2017

TCO Champs: Crossovers or Sedans?

As consumers and automakers continue to migrate away from sedans toward crossovers, there are no clear winners when analyzing total cost of ownership of individual models.

March 11, 2016

Should Damaged Vehicles Be Repaired or Replaced?

After an accident or major equipment failure, fleet managers often have to make a hard decision to either repair or replace the damaged vehicle. There is no right or wrong answer, but fleets need to keep safety and the bottom line in sight.

December 17, 2014

Vincentric: ProMaster Van Leads TCO Among Diesels

The diesel-powered Chrysler ProMaster full-size van was the only non-luxury diesel expected to deliver a lower total cost of ownership than its gasoline counterpart in a Vincentric study that evaluated 35 diesels.

June 30, 2014

Company Vehicle or Reimbursement? Tips on Setting Fleet Policy

A company vehicle is an important and treasured asset. Fleet managers need to use their professional judgment to determine who gets cars and who doesn’t.

November 21, 2013

Report: Diesels Log Lower TCO Than Gasoline Counterparts

Nearly half of the diesel vehicles analyzed in Vincentric's 2013 Diesel Cost-of-Ownership Analysis have a lower total cost-of-ownership than their gasoline powered counterparts, the firm reported Wednesday.

February 27, 2012

Total Fleet Cost is Proportional to Fleet Size

Every fleet manager is feeling the pressure to reduce costs. The best place to have maximum impact is to reduce overall fleet size and/or modify vehicle composition. A fleet's total cost is directly proportional to the total number of vehicles in operation, which drives all fixed and operating costs, such as fuel, replacement tire expenses, depreciation, accident repair costs, etc. If you can reduce overall fleet size, all other cost categories will decrease correspondingly.

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Fuel Management

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Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Todd Ewing from Fleetmatics will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Management And Leasing

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