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10 Executive Fleet Management Mistakes

It is easy to say that executive fleets should be managed the same way as regular fleets. But, most fleet managers will say this isn’t the case. Here are 10 mistakes, and how to avoid them.

Taking Standardization to the Next Level

Agricultural machinery manufacturer AGCO operates a global fleet of 2,100 vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Efficiency has come from standardizing fleet operations across the globe while at the same time respecting local cultural norms.

Senior Management's Demands for a Corporate Safety Program

The development, approval, and implementation of a fleet safety program make up one of the highest priorities — if not the highest priority — for any fleet manager. And, that priority extends throughout the company, from every stakeholder on up to senior management.

How Driver Performance Scores Can Improve Safety

In 2010, the Valspar Corporation started seeing an increase in crashes in one of its business units. As a first step, it put together a team to reverse the trend and they were able to create the Driver Performance Program.

ARI System Enhancements Boost its MVR Program

Recent enhancements to site appearance and navigation have improved the MVR request process. Additionally, ARI’s investment in in-memory technology in 2012 has increased the speed at which fleet managers are alerted to issues related to MVR reports.

MVRs Miss Many Red-Light Camera Infractions

Leased vehicles are registered in the lessor's name. As a consequence, some drivers with multiple red-light camera violations may go undetected by corporate safety and HR departments. Since a red-light camera violation is charged to the lessor - the registered owner of the vehicle - in many states, it won't appear on the driver's MVR. Because it is likely that red-light camera infractions won't appear on an MVR, an employer won't know they occurred if only relying on MVR violation history.