Personal use is considered any use of a company-provided vehicle for non-business purposes, including but not limited to commuting, personal errands, vacations and more. While the vehicle is being driven, it incurs excess wear and tear above and beyond that which would be accrued if the usage had been limited to business purposes only. But a personal use charge for drivers is not right for every fleet. Find out if it’s right for your fleet by downloading the white paper.
Over the next few years, dramatic innovations and disruptors will make a huge impact on the way global fleet management companies do business. Below are key trends you should be aware of, along with ways you can prepare and align your company's initiatives with any changes.
Leasing vs. purchasing your vehicles — sometimes, it’s a fairly even fight. Sometimes, it’s a no-brainer. Use this eBook to help you make the right decision for your fleet.
Fleet management is the practice of overseeing, organizing and recording all aspects of a company's fleet vehicles. These tasks can range from establishing regular vehicle maintenance schedules, implementing cost-saving measures and driver training programs. Find out more about the basics of fleet management with this infographic.