global fleet trendsPersonal 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.

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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.

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The way your drivers behave behind the wheel can have a huge impact on your fleet costs, from fuel consumption to insurance premiums. Your goal is to reduce fleet expenses while enhancing the safety of all company car drivers. So what can you do to make a difference? Download the tip sheet to read 5 things you can do.

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It may seem like an easy decision to roll out a policy with a total ban on cell phone use while driving. However, with today's increasing reliance on mobile devices, and the growing notion to always stay connected, it could be a challenge to enforce. Consider these helpful tips and ideas when implementing a distracted driving policy.

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When it comes to fuel, you have no control over the price at the pump, or how that will impact your fleet budget. But, you and your drivers can reduce the chance of fraud by taking the appropriate measures. Here are a few best practices, courtesy of WEX Fraud Services and LeasePlan, to get started.

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