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Fortunately, underneath the endless piles of fleet paperwork and daily roadblocks that can make fleet a struggle often lays passion for the industry.

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How Does Your Salary Compare to the Industry?

Every two years, Automotive Fleet conducts a salary survey for fleet managers to determine what the average salary is for a position in fleet management. See how you compare with your peers by participating in the 2019 fleet salary survey.

NAFA CAFM Holders Earn 27% More

Fleet management professionals who have completed NAFA's Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) program typically earn about a 27% higher salary than those who didn't attain the certification, according to a Monster.com survey.

How Does Your Salary Compare to the Industry?

Every two years, Automotive Fleet conducts a salary survey of fleet managers to find out what the average salary is for the fleet manager position. See how you compare with your peers.

How Does Your Salary Compare to the Industry?

Every two years, Automotive Fleet conducts a salary survey of fleet managers to find out what the average salary is for the fleet manager position. See how you compare with your peers.

Puzzling Thoughts On Compensation vs. Education

While I'm a distance from being called an academic, I've always felt that education is the road to professionalism; and that professionalism leads to increased compensation. There are many variables, but my recent re-review of the salary surveys that we conduct raises some interesting questions.

17% of Commercial Fleet Managers Earn More than $100K

TORRANCE, CA – Seventeen percent of commercial fleet managers earned more than $100,000 per year in 2008, with 8-percent earning more than $120,000, according to a soon-to-be released compensation survey conducted by Automotive Fleet.