According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the number of light commercial vehicles has increased in the past year accounting for 15.5 percent of all vehicles registered, just behind passenger vehicles. This means more SMBs are looking to leverage their vehicles and optimise operations - to gain a competitive edge and maintain superior customer service.
Fuel, maintenance, servicing and vehicle purchases are all the big ticket items in fleet management. But what about the smaller, more niche areas? What about the additional costs and time that is taken up by e-Tag management or driver training? Here's how to forecast for these costs.
A fleet might seem like a great way to increase productivity and reduce transportation costs, but it can quickly become complicated and expensive. Avoid these top 10 pitfalls on your road to better fleet management in your business.
In difficult economic times, cutting costs becomes a business operation in itself. As with all other business divisions, fleet management spending needs to be looked with a view towards reducing wasted spend. Here are some ways of managing the costs associated with owning and maintaining a fleet.