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March 2018, Work Truck - Department

6 Steps to Obtain a Medical Exemption


By Kathy Close, J.J. Keller

For commercial drivers petitioning the FMCSA for a medical exemption, there are specific procedures that must be followed. Six steps to obtain an exemption are shared.

Tags: FMCSA, CDL, J.J. Keller, Medical Exemptions, Physical Exam

March 2018, Work Truck - Feature

International HV: Designed from the Driver's Seat

The series features two mid-range models: the HV507 has a set-forward axle (near the front bumper) and the HV607 has a set-back axle (away from the front bumper). (Photo courtesy of International Truck)

By Shelley Ernst

International Truck’s new HV Series is designed with driver needs in mind — not to mention uptime and productivity.

Tags: International, Navistar, Diamond Logic, Vocational Trucks, HV Series

March 2018, Work Truck - Feature

How to Balance Truck Application Against Resale

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By Mike Antich

Your primary goal is to spec a truck to meet the intended job function, but how it is spec’ed has a direct bearing on future resale value. Therefore, it is similarly important to maintain a remarketing mindset when identifying specs.

Tags: Remarketing, Spec'ing, Medium-Duty Trucks, PTO, Payload, Resale, Manual Transmission

March 2018, Work Truck - Feature

Cost-Cutting Initiatives that Work

Vertiv operates a number of vehicles, but is currently under contract with Ford for all of its replacement units. (Photo courtesy of Vertiv)

By Daryl Lubinsky

One service fleet manager has found several ways to cut costs through the use of data analysis, creative solutions, and use of tried-and-true methods.

Tags: Ram Truck, Bailment Pools, Ford, Service Fleets, Fuel Cards, Vertiv

March 2018, Work Truck - Cover Story

Chevrolet's 2019 Medium-Duty Truck Trio

Photo of 2019 Silverado 4500HD courtesy of Chevrolet.

By Lauren Fletcher

Launching the much anticipated Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD and 5500HD medium-duty models at The Work Truck Show 2018, the automaker surprised everyone with the additional launch of a 6500HD model as well.

Tags: Chevrolet, Chevrolet SIlverado HD, Chevrolet Silverado 6500, Chevrolet Silverado 4500, Chevrolet Silverado 5500, Medium-Duty Trucks, Work Truck Show, 2019-MY

February 2018, Work Truck - Feature

Implementing Driver Engagement Programs That Really Work

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By Peter Allen

The way your drivers operate your vehicles affects every aspect of your business, from how much fuel is used to the number of accidents that occur (or don’t). But many fleets are missing the opportunity to leverage drivers’ cooperation to improve the safety and efficiency of their fleet operation.

Tags: Driver Education, driver performance, MiX Telematics, Incentive Programs

February 2018, Work Truck - Feature

Idle-Reduction Benefits Extend Beyond Fuel Savings

Photo: Getty Images

By Lauren Fletcher

Reducing unnecessary truck idling in your fleet has benefits that extend far beyond reduced fuel consumption.

Tags: Telematics, Idling, Medium-Duty Trucks, Heavy-Duty Trucks, PTO, Idle Reduction, APUs

February 2018, Work Truck - Feature

How to Reduce Fuel Costs with Telematics

Managing field units can be a challenge, especially when the company offers many different services. Whitton Companies uses telematics to track vehicles, decreasing idling and keeping employees honest. (Photo: Whitton Companies)

By Roselynne Reyes

Telematics can help a fleet manager collect many useful types of data on a fleet of vehicles. Four companies share the strategies they implemented to reduce fuel spend.

Tags: Telematics, Medium-Duty Trucks, Heavy-Duty Trucks, Dutch Maid, Garner Trucking, Whitton Companies, Poolsure

February 2018, Work Truck - Cover Story

How to Avoid Over- and Under-Spec'ing Pitfalls

Over- and under-spec’ing also impacts resale from the standpoint of weight. Many companies over-spec to handle more weight than necessary, which costs much more up front and is not necessarily recouped on the resale. (Photo: Getty Images)

By Mike Antich

Spec’ing a medium-duty truck is a complicated process that requires hundreds of decisions and choices, with each potentially impacting another. It is a science to achieve the balance between over-spec’ing and under-spec’ing a truck.

Tags: Fleet Management, Spec'ing, Truck Sizes, Truck Upfitting

January 2018, Work Truck - Feature

5 Things Fleets Should Know About Fuel Quality and Filtration

Modern filtration media technologies such as Donaldson’s Synteq XP Media feature thermally bonded fibers for a high level of efficiency and contaminant retention. Image via Donaldson

By Scott Grossbauer

Clean fuel has never been more important for proper fleet equipment operation and diesel fuel filtration has become more complex. Here are five facts that you may not have known about fuel quality and today’s technology.

Tags: Filters, Diesel Fuel, Donaldson, Fuel Filter

January 2018, Work Truck - Feature

Auto Truck Group Celebrates 100 Years of History

Image courtesy of Auto Truck Group

By Auto Truck Group

As Auto Truck Group celebrates its 100th anniversary, the upfitter is excited to share the company’s history with you. This first installment tells how Auto Truck survived the Great Depression by being ready for anything. Journey along with us as Auto Truck emerges from the U.S. Industrial Revolution.

Tags: Auto Truck Group, Anniversaries

January 2018, Work Truck - Feature

What to Look for at the 2018 Work Truck Show

Image courtesy of Work Truck Show.

By Lauren Fletcher

More than 500,000 square feet of exhibit space can be daunting to even the seasoned Work Truck Show attendee. Here are a few companies you will not want to miss when you check out the show in March.

Tags: Work Truck Show, Truck Products

January 2018, Work Truck - Department

6 Years Later: The Cell-Phone Ban

By Kathy Close

Even though the cell-phone ban is six years old, the temptation to use an electronic device while operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) is still strong for some drivers. In 2016, more than 21,000 roadside inspection reports contained a violation for using a handheld mobile device while operating a CMV.

Tags: Hands-Free, Cell Phone Use, cell phone laws, Safety & Compliance, Cell Phone Ban

January 2018, Work Truck - Feature

How to Spec a Truck Chassis and Suspension

Photo: Getty Images

By Lauren Fletcher

Once you clearly understand the requirements of your truck fleet, properly spec’ing chassis and suspension needs isn’t difficult and can result in increased productivity and cost savings.

Tags: Spec'ing, Suspensions, Chassis

January 2018, Work Truck - Cover Story

Lean and Green Ways to Save Fuel

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By Tariq Kamal

Companies large and small are looking for new ways to reduce their fuel spend and carbon footprint. Check out these helpful tips for reducing your fuel bill in 2018.

Tags: Fuel, fuel management, Fuel Costs, General Mills, Cox Enterprises, Nestle Waters, Coloplast, Benco Dental

December 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Truck Tire Production Projected to Rise in the Next Five Years

Ding Yuhua (right), Triangle Tire chairman, talks with Tony Copeland, North Carolina Dept. of Commerce secretary (center) and Phil Berger, state senator. Triangle Tire USA VP of Sales Rick Phillips and CEO Manny Cicero are in the background behind Ding.

By Bob Ulrich

Remember how the tire market was doing in the first quarter of this year? No? I’m guessing that is the result of selective memory. It was pretty slow, and that is an understatement.

Tags: Tires, Hankook, Yokohama

December 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Leveraging Big Data for Actionable Safety Intelligence

Image courtesy of Chevrolet

By Peter Allen, MiX Telematics

The ability to access or analyze big data, especially in real-time as it streams in, can have an enormous impact on fleet safety, particularly if it is used to predict the onset of an event or provide insight into how to transform a process or an operation.

Tags: Hours of Service, MiX Telematics, Big Data

December 2017, Work Truck - Feature

How to Use Technology in Truck Accident Management

Photo: Getty Images

By Lauren Fletcher

Technology is impacting accident costs on all sides, from helping to reduce the number of overall accidents to increasing the cost of accident repairs.

Tags: Telematics, Accidents, Accident Management, Collision Avoidance Technology

December 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Strategies to Minimize Driver Distraction

Photo: Getty Images

By Roselynne Reyes

One accident can make a huge impact on a company’s bottom line, which is why safety policies are critical. A major component of fleet safety is the challenge of distracted drivers.

Tags: Distracted Driving, Safe Driving, Mobile Devices, Fleet Safety

December 2017, Work Truck - Cover Story

Ford's All-New, Fleet Ready 2018 Expedition

The Expedition’s new 3.5L EcoBoost engine and 10-speed automatic transmission produce up to 400 hp and 480 lb.-ft. of torque with improved fuel economy and towing capability. (Photo: Mike Antich)

By Mike Antich

The all-new Expedition provides fleets with ample crew space, work connectivity, and off-road and trailering capabilities to meet most fleet applications. It is powered by the 3.5L EcoBoost engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.

Tags: Ford, Ford Expedition, 2018-MY

December 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Fleet Needs to Reinvent Itself

In an increasingly complex mobile work domain, there most likely will arise a corporate desire to outsource the management of this technology-enabled work anywhere-anytime job environment. Could this need be met by tomorrow’s fleet service providers offering a comprehensive field management solution? (Photo: Getty Images)

By Mike Antich

A new vision of fleet management is emerging, helping to increase fleet managers’ perceived value to senior management.

Tags: Strategic Sourcing, Procurement, Mobility, Big Data, Forecast

December 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Innovative Work Van Upfit Applications

Pull-out shelves can provide greater use of smaller space, bringing the tools or products to the driver. (Photo: Dejana)

By Shelley Ernst

New ways to upfit work vans improve safety, organization and technician productivity and ultimately, benefit the bottom line.

Tags: Cargo Vans, Sortimo, Storage Cabinets, Dejana Truck Equipment, Van Shelving

November 2017, Work Truck - Feature

How to Winterize Your Truck

Photo courtesy of Oregon Department of Transportation

By Tom Kyrk

Having your truck prepared for winter can make the difference between being comfortable while sitting out the storm or miserable. A few common-sense precautions can make driving in bad weather a bit safer.

Tags: Winter Driving, Winter, Safety, Drivers

November 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Acela's New Extreme-Duty Chassis

Acela Trucks offers two extreme-duty trucks, the Monterra 4x4 and the Monterra 6x6 (pictured). Both models were built specifically for use in extreme work environments. (Photo: Acela Truck Company)

By Lauren Fletcher

Trucks with a history in some of the harshest war zones are a perfect fit for extreme work environments, such as oil, mining, and construction.

Tags: Military Trucks, Extreme Duty Trucks, Truck Chassis

November 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Versatile Vans Available in 2018

E-Series will be available in 2018 as either the cutaway or stripped chassis with multiple packages. (Photo: Ford Motor Co.)

By Lauren Fletcher

A staple of many commercial fleets is the van. From compact vans to their full-size counterparts, there are a growing number of vans available for fleets in 2018.

Tags: Cargo Vans, Ford Transit Connect, Nissan NV200, Nissan NV, Chevrolet Express, GMC Savana, Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Full-Size Vans, Compact Vans, Ford E-Series, Ram ProMaster, Chevrolet City Express, Passenger Vans, 2018-MY, Mercedes-Benz Metris

November 2017, Work Truck - Feature

6 Tires You Need to Know About

Michelin is backing its XDA Energy+ linehaul with a limited fuel-savings guarantee. (Photo: Michelin)

By Tariq Kamal

Take a closer look at some of the new rubber on the market that helps keep trucks and equipment rolling.

Tags: Truck Tires, Forklift, P&D Tires, Linehaul, Multisurface Tires

November 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Latest Innovations in Retread Tires

Photo: Getty Images

By Tariq Kamal

Long a staple of the replacement tire market for trucks and vans as well as tractor-trailers, aircraft, and buses, new advances in manufacturing and technology have made retreaded tires an attractive choice for fleet owners and operators.

Tags: TRIB, Truck Tires, Retreads, Tire Retread & Information Bureau

November 2017, Work Truck - Feature

How Autozone Moves Parts Around the Globe

AutoZone locations are arranged in a hub-and-spoke formation. Larger “hub” stores are stocked with a variety of products, and are surrounded by smaller satellite stores. (Photo: Getty Images)

By Roselynne Reyes

The largest auto parts retailer in the world maintains a fleet of nearly 16,000 vehicles across seven continents. To manage it, the company makes sure vehicles are rightsized and well-equipped to handle deliveries.

Tags: Light-Duty Vehicles, Fleet Profile, Parts and Service, Delivery Fleets

November 2017, Work Truck - Department

ELD Mandate: Day of Reckoning Arrives

Kathy Close, transportation editor at J. J. Keller & Associates,

By Kathy Close, J.J. Keller

In this, the “eleventh hour,” many companies still have last-minute questions on ELD implementation. Find out some areas of consideration including how to find an acceptable device and how to handle short-haul drivers.

Tags: J.J. Keller, Fleet Policies, Safety & Compliance, ELDs, ELD Mandate, Short-Haul

November 2017, Work Truck - Cover Story

Tire Prices Experience Upward Pressure

Image courtesy of Pirelli Tires

By Mike Antich

For many vocational truck fleets, price is the key factor when selecting the type of replacement tire. As shown in the past, when replacement tire prices increase, the retread industry benefits since retreads are significantly cheaper.

October 2017, Work Truck - Feature

How to Choose Racks and Bins

Image courtesy of Decked.

By Shelley Ernst

Racks and bins turn trucks and vans into mobile workshops. With an abundance of options available to fleet managers, here’s all you need to know about these organizational devices.

Tags: Van Upfitting, Ladder Racks, A.R.E., Dejana Truck Equipment, Van Equipment, Truck Equipment, Cargo Management, Adrian Steel, Masterack, Sortimo, Decked

October 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Terminix Makes Safety a Core Value

Photo courtesy of Terminix.

By Shelley Ernst

Safety is a core value at Terminix, and the pest control company demonstrated its importance by awarding one of its safest drivers a Ford F-150.

Tags: Pest Control Fleets, Terminix, Drivers, Safety, MVRs, Driver Behavior

October 2017, Work Truck - Cover Story

Roundup of Class 1-7 Trucks for 2018

Ford’s new Ford F-150 includes new safety options, fuel-saving technology such as auto start-stop on all engines, and a choice of five powertrains. (Photo: Ford Motor Co.)

By Lauren Fletcher

With 11 automakers to choose your light- to medium-duty trucks from for the 2018 model-year, Work Truck provides the need-to-know highlights to help you with your truck selection process. 

Tags: Toyota, Hino, Isuzu, Kenworth, Mitsubishi Fuso, Pickup Trucks, Nissan, Freightliner, Peterbilt, Medium-Duty Trucks, Light-Duty Trucks, Ford, General Motors, Full-Size Trucks, 2018-MY, FCA

September 2017, Work Truck - Editors Corner

What’s Your Future Fleet Strategy?

By Amy Winter-Hercher

While large scale deployment of autonomous vehicles won’t happen anytime soon, it’s important for fleets to formulate their game plans now.

Tags: Telematics, Carsharing, Mobility, Shared-Use Mobility, Internet of Things, Autonomous Vehicles, Fleet Forward Conference

September 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Tips to Secure Your Rooftop Load

Image courtesy of Rhino Rack

By Rhino Rack

Roof racks are a great way to carry extra gear; however, when it comes to carrying equipment on the roof, or any loads for that matter, there is a right and a wrong way to do it.

Tags: Ladder Racks, Rhino Rack, Roof-Mounted, Roof Racks

September 2017, Work Truck - Department

Top 5 Questions on DOT Crashes

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By Kathy Close, J.J. Keller

CMV crashes capture the nation’s attention and perpetuate the stereotype that commercial trucks cause or are involved in more fatal accidents than others. To mitigate risk and shatter this misconception, your team should be familiar with what is required of them and how a crash affects the motor carrier.

Tags: Accidents, Accident Management, J.J. Keller, U.S. DOT, Crash

September 2017, Work Truck - Feature

How to Get the Most from Truck Resale

When writing specs, companies should consider their fleet’s current and future needs, as well as what will increase the truck’s value down the road. (Photo: Getty Images)

By Roselynne Reyes

For some fleets, a truck’s value does not come up until it’s time for remarketing. But getting the most profit for these assets requires careful planning long before the truck goes up for sale.

Tags: Remarketing, NTEA, Black Book, Medium-Duty Trucks, Truck Resale, Truck Values

September 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Brake Systems: How to Pass a Roadside Inspection

Brake systems are so consistently cited during on-road inspections that the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) devotes an entire week to roadside brake-inspection-only activity. (Image from Getty Images)

By Bob Stanton

Brake systems continue to be the system most responsible for out-of-service violations at roadside inspections. A well-maintained brake system relies on the technician and the driver.

Tags: Preventive Maintenance, Brakes, Automatic Braking, Brake Parts

September 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Maximizing Truck Security

Lashing points can be used for added safety measures, keeping items secured to the floor of a van, trailer, or truck bed. (Photo courtesy of Ranger Design)

By Shelley Ernst

When a truck’s contents are unsecured, it can be a major fleet risk — but upfitting and following a few common sense rules can ensure they stay safe and sound.

Tags: Adrian Steel, Security, A.R.E., Leggett & Platt, Cargo Management, Vehicle Theft, Service Bodies, Stellar Industries, Cargo Theft, Ranger Design, Truck Upfitting

September 2017, Work Truck - Feature

A Closer Look at Diesel Cabover Warranties

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By Paul Clinton

Isuzu, Chevrolet, Hino, and Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America offer similar standard warranties for their diesel cabovers, and provide additional component warranties to increase a fleet manager's piece of mind.

Tags: Warranty, Diesel Engines, Cabovers, Truck Warranty, Chevrolet, Hino, Isuzu, Mitsubishi Fuso

September 2017, Work Truck - Cover Story

Tips for Reducing Truck Acquisition Costs

Image from Getty Images

By Lauren Fletcher

One of the easiest ways a fleet manager can reduce truck acquisition costs is not over-spec’ing for fleet needs. But, there are a few out-of-the-box ways of thinking to further reduce costs.

Tags: Cost-Cutting, Procurement, Selector Lists

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Telematics in Vocational Truck Fleets: Food and Beverage

Image of truck courtesy of PepsiCo

By Lauren Fletcher

Complying with both vehicle and food safety regulations, keeping vehicles on the road with minimized downtime, and ensuring route efficiency are all ways food and beverage fleets are leveraging telematics solutions to help with their operations.

Tags: Telematics, Regulations, Refrigerated Truck, Safety & Compliance, Food and Beverage Fleets, Food Safety

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Telematics in Vocational Truck Fleets: Refuse and Waste Management

Image of refuse truck fleet courtesy of Waste Management.

By Lauren Fletcher

Refuse fleets often have set routes but drivers operate in inherently dangerous conditions. Telematics can help keep drivers safe and improve the efficiency or a refuse or waste management fleet.

Tags: Telematics, Driver Safety, Waste Management, Refuse Fleets, Vocational Trucks

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

How to Spec a Truck for the Application

Over-spec’ing a truck increases the capitalized cost of the vehicle, while underspec’ing increases maintenance cost. (Photo: Getty Images)

By Mike Antich

Work trucks must be viewed as earning assets, so it is critical to spec these work tools to maximize their productivity. It is impossible to “build” a truck that enhances user productivity if you don’t understand the fleet application.

Tags: Productivity, Spec'ing, Liftgates

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Keeping HVAC and Plumbing Fleets On Track

Colepepper Services regularly updates its fleet in an effort to increase fuel efficiency and keep expenses low. (Photo: Colepepper Services)

By Roselynne Reyes

Home service companies offer a wide menu of services. This can require vehicles with plenty of space for equipment, upfitting to keep supplies organized, and a system that helps the main office keep track of vehicles.

Tags: Van Upfitting, HVAC Fleets, Plumbing Fleets

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Optimizing 'Bug Busting' Fleets

Terminix operates a fleet of approximately 9,500 vehicles, of which 75% are light-duty trucks used for service applications.  (Photo: Terminix)

By Shelley Ernst

Pest control fleet vehicles provide rolling offices for technicians, making them central to carrying out a company’s mission.

Tags: Pest Control Fleets, Orkin Termite and Pest Control, Rollins Inc., Truck Upfitting, Truly Nolen, Terminix

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

All About ICUEE: 'The Demo Expo'

The ICUEE show features hands-on demonstrations of utility and construction equiment both on the show floor and in the demo zone. (Photo: ICUEE)

By Lauren Fletcher

The International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) is coming to Kentucky in October and promises to be the premier event for utility and contractor fleet professionals.

Tags: Utility Fleets, ICUEE, Construction Fleets

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Benefits of Telematics in Vocational Truck Fleets

Image: Getty

By Lauren Fletcher

Optimizing productivity, reducing downtime, increasing efficiency, and ultimately keeping drivers safe are just a few ways a telematics solution can help benefit vocational truck fleets.

Tags: Telematics, Utility Fleets, Refuse Fleets, Construction Fleets, Delivery Fleets, Food and Beverage Fleets, Service Fleets

August 2017, Work Truck - Cover Story

Preventive Maintenance for a Complex Cooling System

Fleets should consider monitoring routine radiator checks and refill practices and modifying these practices as necessary. (Image: Getty)

By Bob Stanton

Today’s cooling system is much more complex than in years before. Changes to coolants and filters are shared, as well as the necessary changes to preventive maintenance processes to adapt to these new products.

Tags: Preventive Maintenance, Cooling System, Coolants

August 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Telematics in Vocational Truck Fleets: Utility Operations

Photo of utility fleet trucks courtesy of Wikimedia/USCAE-TAS

By Lauren Fletcher

The utility fleet industry is very labor intensive and often must help during emergency situations or during times of severe weather. Telematics can help keep a utility fleet going where it needs to be.

Tags: Telematics, Utility Fleets, Emergency Response, Asset Tracking



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Market Trends

Mike Antich
Upward Pressure on Fleet Costs Threatens to Increase TCO

By Mike Antich
Recently, I conducted a survey of several hundred fleet managers to identify emerging industry trends. One recurrent theme expressed by fleet managers was the concern that fleet costs are starting to experience upward pricing pressures. Here's what they told me.

How to Minimize Unauthorized Use of Corporate Assets

By Mike Antich

Chatty Chassis

Lauren Fletcher
The Importance of Positivity

By Lauren Fletcher
We live in a world where we can tell anyone exactly what we think about anything with a few keystrokes. Why is it, then, that the majority of the feedback is negative? Why do people feel so much more apt to complain than praise? And, what does this have to do with fleet management?

Instilling a Culture of Safe Drivers

By Lauren Fletcher

Driving Notes

Mike Antich
2018 Chevrolet Equinox Diesel

By Mike Antich
The Chevrolet Equinox adds a 1.6L four-cylinder turbo diesel to its lineup of engine choices for 2018. The fuel-efficient turbo diesel generates 137 hp and 240 lb.-ft. of torque mated to a six-speed automatic.

2018 Volkswagen Tiguan

By Paul Clinton

Nobody Asked Me, But...

Sherb Brown
Adapting to a Changing Tide

By Sherb Brown
Fleets are often the beta testers of the vehicle market. That shift away from compact sedans we saw in the fleet market a few years ago is playing out in real time in the retail market right now.

Keep Realistic Fleet Expectations

By Sherb Brown

Data Points

Dylan Brown
What Are the Most Valuable Services Offered by FMCs?

By Dylan Brown
What do fleet managers value in their relationships with fleet management companies? The answer may surprise you.

Demand More From Your Fuel Card Provider

By Dylan Brown