Fleets normally cost a lot of money to run. But at-risk drivers can cause budget blowouts and long-lasting damage to your fleet operations.
Can your fleet continue to serve your business effectively? Only if you take the right steps to protect it.
How well do you know your fleet drivers? In particular, do you know how they're handing themselves on the road?
Imagine a fleet that’s hardly ever plagued by collisions or downtime. Drivers who consistently perform well and drive safely. And a healthy budget free of sudden accident costs.
The right knowledge is key to successful, safe fleet operations. And it’s even more vital for a small to medium-sized enterprise (SME) that oversees a mobile workforce.
The performance of a fleet says a lot about the business operating it. Not only does the company stand to maintain or lose its reputation for safe driving, but the health and safety of the workforce itself — and the future of the entire business — is at stake.
A fleet that works well is beneficial to the entire business that depends on it. But fleet weaknesses — such as frequent downtime, outsized costs, and sudden late-night hassles over accidents — quickly become vulnerabilities that hurt the bottom line.
Fleets have to be ready to get the job done, no matter the season or time of year. And this is especially true during the winter months.