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February 2017, Work Truck - Cover Story

Tips for Spec'ing Engines and Transmissions

The PACCAR PX-7 engine is utilized on Kenworth medium-duty truck models. (Photo: Kenworth)

By Lauren Fletcher

With new advancements in technology impacting price, fuel economy, and maintenance intervals, properly spec’ing engines and transmissions for your work trucks is more important than ever.

Tags: Engines, Drivers, Diesel Engines, Truck Engines, Gasoline Engines, Truck Transmissions, Transmissions

January 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Learning to Operate a Crane

The Stellar 7621 Telescopic Service Crane was mounted on a Stellar service body and constructed by Pomona, Calif.-based Phenix Enterprises. (Photo: Mike Antich)

By Roselynne Reyes

Bobit Business Media editors learned how to operate a truck-mounted crane with help from equipment manufacturer Stellar Industries and custom truck builder Phenix Enterprises.

Tags: Service Bodies, Stellar Industries, Cranes, Utility Bodies, Mechanics Truck

January 2017, Work Truck - Feature

10 Disadvantages to Using an Upfitter Service Level Agreement

An SLA that is overly rigid can have the unintendedconsequence of driving inefficient production. (PHOTO: Reading Truck Body)

By Mike Antich

Standardized delivery timelines stipulated in an SLA can create unrealistic expectations. Also, the relationship can become transactional in nature, with a risk of damaging the relationship if there are penalties for missed metrics.

Tags: Upfitting, Service Level Agreements, SLA

January 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Benefits of a Service Level Agreement with Upfitters

An SLA should include a quality assurance process to cover defects, warranty claims, or customer complaints. (Photo courtesy of RAM Trucks)

By Mike Antich

This two-part article examines the pros and cons of a service level agreement (SLA) with an upfitter. Part 1 examines the advantages of an SLA and how to correctly structure its metrics. Part 2 will examine 10 potential disadvantages.

Tags: Service Level Agreements, SLAs

January 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Tips to Prevent Slips

Whether walking or driving, traction aids such as Traction Magic can help prevent slips, falls, or accidents. (Image courtesy of Traction Magic)

By Traction Magic

With snowy weather overtaking much of the U.S. right now, ensure fleet drivers stay safe and slip free both while driving and when getting to and from their vehicles.

Tags: Vehicle Traction, Traction Magic, Anti-Slip

January 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Sprinter Charges Ahead

European-style vans, which were engineered for the narrow streets of Europe, adapt well to crowded urban environments. (Photo courtesy of Mercedes-Benz)

By Jack Roberts

Since its introduction to the North American market two decades ago, European-style vans have become a mainstay in the fleet industry. The van that started it all in America continues forging into the future.

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Cargo Vans, Full-Size Vans, Diesel Engines

January 2017, Work Truck - Cover Story

Effectively Managing Fuel in Truck Fleets

Photo courtesy of Flickr/JefferyTurner

By Roselynne Reyes

Managing fuel is about so much more than a price tag. Fuel professionals share insight into best practices for fleets to get a handle on rising costs, cut down on fuel use, and keep track of purchases.

Tags: Diesel, Fuel Prices, Fuel Management, Fuel Costs, Truck Fuel

January 2017, Work Truck - Feature

Building Better Vehicles

Truck toolbox lid-latch-support joined with a structural adhesive eliminates warpage and stress concentrations common with welding. (Photo courtesy of LORD Corp.)

By Bob Zweng & Tim Jackson, LORD Corp.

Rather than welding components together, structural adhesives are becoming more common in custom upfit work vehicles.

Tags: Welding, Structural Adhesives, LORD Corporation, Truck Upfitting

December 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Euro-Style Cargo Vans Break the Mold

Euro-style vans, like the Ram ProMaster City,  offer more cargo room than box-style vans and are more easily configurable for a variety of upfitting options. (Photo courtesy of FCA US)

By Jack Roberts

A new breed of commercial van is sweeping the country with capabilities and features unheard of just a few years ago. Here’s why many experts think these vans will soon dominate in light- and medium-duty fleets.

Tags: Nissan NV, Ram ProMaster, Ford Transit, Cargo Vans, Full-Size Vans, Compact Vans

December 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Vocational Spotlight: Government, Municipal, School Fleets

Adams 12 Five Star Schools’ fleet transports 11,000 students and helps maintain 52 schools and office buildings. (Photo courtesy of Adams 12 Five Star Schools)

By Roselynne Reyes

Between street sweepers, utility trucks, and emergency vehicles, governments need a diverse fleet to serve the public. These fleets face limited budgets, a growing need for fleet data, and widespread alternative-fuel initiatives.

Tags: Government Fleets, School Fleets, Vocational Fleets, City Fleets

December 2016, Work Truck - Cover Story

Work Truck Commemorates 10th Anniversary

Images from iStockphoto.com

By Lauren Fletcher

From the push to “go green” to new-vehicle launches to mergers and acquisitions, the past decade has been covered in full by the No. 1 vocational truck magazine.

Tags: Fleet History, Work Truck Magazine, Anniversary, 10th Anniversary

November 2016, Work Truck - Department

Prepare for Inclement Weather

(Photo courtesy of Thomas Quine)

By Kathy Close, J.J. Keller

As the end of the year is upon on us, the change in seasons will impact highway safety across the United States. Before beginning or continuing with a run, it is important to monitor weather patterns in the regions drivers are traveling.

Tags: Safety & Compliance, Weather, Emergencies

November 2016, Work Truck - WebXclusive

An ELD Primer for Fleet Managers: Just the Facts

The ultimate goal of the ELD Mandate is to improve safety, not only for drivers but for those with whom they share the road. (Photo: MiX Telematics)

By Pete Allen and John Seidl

The upcoming ELD mandate is the biggest technological change fleet managers have faced in nearly 30 years. A summary of important facts and a primer for fleet managers is shared.

Tags: Regulations, ELDs, ELD Mandate

November 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Overtime Exemption Changes in Late 2016

Photo: iStockphoto.com

By Bob Stanton

New changes to the rules governing overtime from the Department of Labor will impact 4.2 million employees and have particularly negative effects on small businesses, non-profits, and small local governments.

Tags: Overtime, Employee Exemptions

November 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Snugtop Joins Truck Accesories Group

The Snugpro XL features a weight-saving fiberglass construction to deliver improved fuel economy with plenty of load carrying capacity. (Photo courtesy of Snugtop)

By Lauren Fletcher

The truck upfitters join forces to combine their strengths and provide commercial fleets with the upfitting products they need.

Tags: SnugTop, Mergers & Acquisitions

November 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Should You Lease or Buy Work Trucks?

Many larger fleets have moved away from purchasing to leasing trucks.(Photo: istockphoto.com)

By Jack Roberts

Dynamic, fast-moving financial options can create a real dilemma if you’re looking to update your fleet. Luckily, some tried-and-tested baseline rules can help cut through the clutter and secure the financing options you need to grow your business.

Tags: Truck Leasing, Lease vs. Ownership, Truck Ownership

November 2016, Work Truck - Feature

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Upfitting Vans

Spending time in the field and fully understanding your fleet application will help ensure a smooth upfitting process. (Photo courtesy of Ranger Design)

By Lauren Fletcher

Avoid these five common van upfitting mistakes and follow a few important industry best practices to become a seasoned pro at van upfits.

Tags: Adrian Steel, Masterack, Ranger Design, Van Upfitting

November 2016, Work Truck - Cover Story

How to Maximize Truck Resale Values

Photo: istockphoto.com

By Mike Antich

Regardless of the vocational application, companies are in the business of “manufacturing” used vehicles. Today’s new truck is tomorrow’s used truck. How you spec a truck has a direct bearing on its future resale value.

Tags: Vehicle Spec'ing, Truck Resale, Engine Spec'ing

October 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Upfitting High-Roof and Compact Vans

Adrian Steel’s Drop-Down and Grip Lock Ladder Racks provide lighter options for ladder storage and ease of access. (Photo: Adrian Steel)

By Lauren Fletcher

From ladder racks to cargo solutions to partitions and more, van upfitting options are ready for any make, model, and vocational use.

Tags: Cargo Storage, Partitions, Ladder Racks, Van Upfitting

October 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Nissan Showcases 2017 Titan

Nissan’s Adventure Drive was held not far from where the Soberanos Fire in California was located. Clouds of ash and smoke drifted near the Carmel Valley Ranch resort. (PHOTO: Andy Lundin)

By Andy Lundin

Nissan unveiled the regular crew cab version of the TITAN and TITAN XD at a summer ride-and-drive event.

Tags: Nissan, Nissan Titan

October 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Telematics in Mixed Truck Fleets: Meeting Challenges, Finding Solutions

CalAmp offers a wide variety of devices ranging from sophisticated tracking devices to OBD-II plug-in devices with extended Parameter ID libraries. (Image courtesy of CalAmp)

By Lauren Fletcher

In part two of this two-part series, challenges and solutions for equipping a mixed truck fleet with a telematics solution are shared.

Tags: Mixed Truck Fleet

October 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Pest Control Fleets Reduce Downtime, Improve Safety

The majority of the Rollins fleet are light-duty Toyota Tacoma trucks, with decals, a topper, toolbox, telematics, cargo net, and other items as standard upfits. (Photo courtesy of Rollins Inc.)

By Lauren Fletcher

Working hard to keep the pests away, these vocational fleets have varied upfitting requirements and have to do all they can to reduce downtime and keep vehicles on the road.

Tags: Light-Duty Trucks, Pest Control Fleets, Rollins Inc., Massey Services

October 2016, Work Truck - Cover Story

Bigger, Brawnier 2017-MY Work Trucks

The Chevrolet Low Cab Forward will debut in seven models, ranging from Class 3-5. (Photo courtesy of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America)

By Jack Roberts

The newest Class 3-7 work truck models feature dramatic new enhancements. New and upgraded vehicles for 2017 come with a variety of improved features that focus on comfort, dependability, and safety.

Tags: 2017-MY, Kenworth, Peterbilt, Ford, GMC, Chevrolet, Isuzu, Hino, Ram Truck

September 2016, Work Truck - Department

Short-Haul Exceptions to the Rule

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By Kathy Close, J.J. Keller

Those who travel short distances with their commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) often wonder if they are subject to the same Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) as over-the-road trucking companies.

Tags: Regulations, J.J. Keller, Short-Haul

September 2016, Work Truck - WebXclusive

3 Unexpected Ways Fleet Tracking Will Improve Sales Performance

Image courtesy of Azuga

By Tom Erdman, president, Azuga Fleet

Robust fleet tracking solutions provide countless features that add useful insight to help optimize sales performance. Three ways that you might not expect it to help are shared.

Tags: Azuga, Fleet Tracking

September 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Telematics in Mixed Truck Fleets: Equipment and Reporting

Omnitracs solution covers all truck classes and provides a convenient dashboard to view particular units, exceptions, and more. (Image courtesy of Omnitracs)

By Lauren Fletcher

In part one of this two-part series, best practices in equipping a mixed truck fleet are shared, as well as details on varied reporting capabilities.

Tags: Telematics, Reporting, Telematics Equipment, Mixed Truck Fleet

September 2016, Work Truck - Feature

New Motor Oils Are Coming - Are You Ready?

CK-4 motor oil was developed to improve oil performance and longevity and improve miles per gallon. (Illustration: American Petroleum Institute)

By Bob Stanton

New motor oils are coming to truck engines and lubricant marketers near you this December; here's what you need to know.

Tags: Motor Oil, PC-11, CK-4, FA-4, Heavy Equipment, Natural Gas Engines, Diesel Engines, Biodiesel

September 2016, Work Truck - WebXclusive

How to Make the Transition to ELD in 6 Important Steps

ELD Timeline courtesy of MiX Telematics

By Pete Allen, MiX Telematics

With the deadline for the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate Final Rule just around the corner, check out tips to make the journey to compliance in six straightforward steps.

Tags: Regulations, MiX Telematics, ELD Mandate

September 2016, Work Truck - WebXclusive

Selecting a Cab Chassis vs. Cutaway Chassis

Cab chassis cover that entire span while cutaway chassis are only available as Class 2-4. If your application calls for a Class 1 or Class 5-8 vehicle, a cab chassis is your only choice. (Photo courtesy of Knapheide)

By Knapheide

There are numerous considerations to be made the next time you choose between a cutaway or cab chassis. Cab configuration, maneuverability, vehicle class, desired body, off-road frequency, and cost should all play a role in the selection process.

Tags: Knapheide, Chassis Cab, Cutaway Chassis

September 2016, Work Truck - Feature

High-Roof Vans Set New Productivity, Efficiency Standards

Dejana’s exterior shelving system allows customers to keep equipment off the floor and ready to use. (Photo courtesy of Dejana)

By Jack Roberts

High-roof vans offer greater shelving capacity for tools and cargo and better ergonomics, reducing strain on workers.

Tags: Adrian Steel, Masterack, Ranger Design, Dejana Truck Equipment, Van Upfitting

September 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Upfitting Options for Light-Duty Trucks

The Supreme Spartan Service Body features a  horizontal compartment door that can be used as a workbench. (Photo courtesy of Supreme)

By Lauren Fletcher

Light-duty trucks are often used by vocational fleets, and the needs of these fleets vary. Upfitting options range from storage solutions and inserts to full service bodies and everything in between.

Tags: Light-Duty Trucks, Upfitters, Truck Upfitting

September 2016, Work Truck - WebXclusive

Simple Light-Duty Truck Tire Maintenance Tips

Photo courtesy of Goodyear

By Ryan Holtzer, Tires by Web

If you want to lower your operating costs and improve the effectiveness of your light-duty trucks, while also reducing the risk of roadside breakdowns, it's time to pay attention to tire maintenance.

Tags: Maintenance, Truck Tires, Light-Duty Trucks, Tires by Web

September 2016, Work Truck - Cover Story

Ford's All-New 2017 F-Series Super Duty

The all-new 2017 Ford F-250 Lariat Crew Cab 4x4 single-rear-wheel pickup is the most popular model in the Super Duty lineup. It offers a combination of conventional, gooseneck and fifth-wheel towing capability. (Photo courtesy of Ford Motor Co.)

By Mike Antich

This is the first all-new Super Duty truck in 18 years. Key enhancements include a high-strength aluminum body and box for all body styles, an all-new high-strength steel frame, improved fuel economy, and greater towing capabilities.

Tags: Ford F-550, Ford F-450, Ford F-350, Ford F-250, Ford, 2017-MY, Ford Super Duty, Large Pickups

August 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Innovative Truck and Van Upfits

The BrandFX composite aerial body is one solution they provide for aerial trucks used by the telecommunications industry. (Photo: BrandFX)

By Lauren Fletcher

Rarely does one-size-fit-all in vehicle spec’ing and truck and van upfits are case-in-point. Manufacturers work to stay one step ahead of fleet needs with constant improvement and new product advancements.

Tags: Utility Fleets, Service Fleets, Van Upfitting, Truck Upfitting, Truck Storage, Van Shelving

August 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Consequences of Extended Truck Replacement Cycles

Service and utility fleets often have the highest capitalized costs, primarily due to upfitting, and tend to be those companies that keep their vehicles in service the longest. (Photo: iStockphoto.com)

By Mike Antich

The more expensive the asset, the longer it is kept in service; however, the need for short-term cost savings prompts some fleets to even further extend cycling parameters and defer replacements.

Tags: Spec'ing, Replacement Cycles, Downtime

August 2016, Work Truck - Cover Story

Spec'ing Trucks to Maximize Productivity

One consequence to under-spec’ing is it may require multiple trips due to limited payload capacity and may cause situations where the truck is overloaded. the truck. (Photo: iStockPhoto.com)

By Mike Antich

The No. 1 consideration when spec’ing a truck is payload. The weight of the payload determines the engine displacement, transmission, size of tires, and frame type. You determine the payload by determining the fleet application.

Tags: Productivity, Spec'ing, Fuel Efficiency, Overloading

July 2016, Work Truck - Department

The Ins and Outs of the ELD Mandate

PHOTO: JJ Keller

By Kathy Close

The mandate to install electronic logging devices (ELDs) was published late in 2015, leaving many companies wondering if they are subject to the rulemaking. Several questions have arisen regarding potential exceptions.

Tags: Regulations, J.J. Keller, Electronic Logging Devices, ELDs

July 2016, Work Truck - Feature

20 Spec'ing Mistakes that Negatively Impact Truck Resale

By Mike Antich

When spec'ing a truck, it is critical to find the balance between building a truck to perform the intended job function and ensuring there will be a strong secondary buyer demand in the resale market at the end of its lifecycle.

Tags: Truck Specs, Truck Resale

July 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Advancing Safety in Medium-Duty Truck Fleets

PHOTO: iStockphoto.com

By Lauren Fletcher

With accident rates relatively flat in medium-duty truck fleets, but repair costs rising slightly, fleet managers are continuing to look for ways to ultimately eliminate crashes and related liabilities and expenses.

Tags: Accident Management, Medium-Duty Trucks, Salvage Vehicles, Cosmetic Damages

July 2016, Work Truck - Cover Story

The All-New Propane Autogas Ford F-750

Operating up to 33,000-pounds GVWR, the model was created in response to the growing demand for a propane autogas-fueled medium-duty chassis for bobtail applications, cylinder delivery trucks, beverage delivery, and larger tank setters and box trucks. (PHOTO: ROUSH CleanTech)

By Lauren Fletcher

With a growing demand for a propane-autogas-fueled medium-duty chassis for several vocational applications, Ford and ROUSH CleanTech responded.

Tags: ROUSH CleanTech, Ford F-750, Medium-Duty Trucks, Propane Autogas, Propane Conversion

June 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Drones are Delivering the Future

Once approved by the FAA, Workhorse will release a version of the E-GEN hybrid-electric truck that has been specifically designed to incorporate HorseFly. (PHOTO: WORKHORSE)

By Lauren Fletcher

Drones are popping up everywhere, including in package delivery fleets. Workhorse Group is currently in the testing phase with its drones for use with the company’s electric delivery trucks.

Tags: UPS, Workhorse, Delivery Fleets, HorseFly, E-GEN, Drones

June 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Understanding Regulatory Compliance

As part of a fleet’s recruitment and retention efforts, it may help a lot to remind drivers of the key aspects of CSA that impact them directly.(iStockPhoto)

By David Cullen

While at times complicated, understanding regulatory compliance, including electronic logging devices, can benefit fleets that operate Class 8 trucks.

Tags: Regulations, ELDs

June 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Propane Autogas Fuels Fleets

Nestlé Waters North America added 155 propane autogas trucks to its fleet after piloting 29 vehicles in 2014 and 2015. (PHOTO: Nestle Waters USA)

By Lauren Fletcher

Both Nestlé Waters North America and Bimbo Bakeries USA have added to their propane-autogas-fueled vehicle fleet, reducing overall emissions by millions of pounds over each fleets lifetime.

Tags: Propane Autogas, ROUSH CleanTech, Bimbo Bakeries, Ford F-650, Ford F-59, Nestle Waters

June 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Current Trends in Mobile Resource Management

Breaking down the year-over-year growth by sector shows a large potential increase in the trucking sector. (SOURCE: CJ DRISCOLL & ASSOCIATES)

By Shelley Ernst

In the early days, telematics were synonymous with GPS. Today, they do so much more. The 2016-2017 U.S. Mobile Resource Management Systems Market Study tells us what’s going on in the market now.

Tags: MRM, CJ Driscoll, Telematics

June 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Vocational Spotlight: Utility Fleets

Fleet vehicles from Florida Power & Light take part in storm response training, including demonstrating efficient field work to restore power. (PHOTO: FPL)

By Lauren Fletcher

With a large percentage of Class 1-8 trucks in use, utility fleets are unique in the vocational fleet market, typically driving shorter routes and putting on more engine hours than fleets with much higher mileage.

Tags: Florida, Utility Fleets, Columbia Gas, EWEB

June 2016, Work Truck - Cover Story

Top Trends: Chassis, Auxiliary Equipment, Upfitting

One benefit to lightweighting is the ability to increase the legal payload of a vehicle without having to migrate to a larger GVW truck. (PHOTO: Adrian Steel)

By Mike Antich

There are a variety of upfitting trends occurring in today’s commercial fleet market. Here are the top trends currently influencing chassis, auxiliary equipment, and upfit equipment design and specifications.

Tags: Vehicle Spec'ing, Lightweighting, Fuel Efficiency, Upfitters

May 2016, Work Truck - Department

Roadcheck Should be Business as Usual

By Kathy Close

During Roadcheck, enforcement will use the same driver and vehicle criteria as any other day of the year. Only the number of inspections performed will be heightened.

Tags: CDL, Roadcheck, J.J. Keller, Inspections

May 2016, Work Truck - Feature

First Interview: New President of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America

“With advances in technologies, new government regulations, and the complexities of vehicles, Isuzu will need to move closer to our dealers and, by virtue of that, closer to our customers. ICTA will become more market driven. The closer we get to our dealers and customers, the better feedback we can give to our parent company on the product needed for this market,” said Shaun Skinner, president of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America. (PHOTO: Chris Wolski)

By Mike Antich

A 29-year veteran, Shaun Skinner was promoted to president of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America from his role of executive vice president and general manager. He succeeds Hisao Sasaki, who returned to Japan.

Tags: Isuzu, New Hire, Isuzu FTR, Cabovers

May 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Vocational Spotlight: Cable and Telecom

Cox Enterprises fleet vehicles are mainly used for cable installation, service, and sales, with each unit traveling approximately 18,000 miles annually. (PHOTO: COX ENTERPRISES)

By Lauren Fletcher

Cable and telecom fleets provide services vital to just about every other industry and vocation — they keep businesses able to communicate. Downtime is not an option, and upfitting needs are unique.

Tags: Vans, Cox Enterprises, Light-Duty Trucks, Time Warner Cable, DISH, Telecommunications Fleets

May 2016, Work Truck - Feature

Lightweighting: Less is More

The lightweight, Reading aluminum CSV comes equipped with such features as Dual-Pro door seals, stainless steel SMART Latch rotary paddle locks, and patented hidden hinges. (PHOTO: Reading)

By Greg Thompson

The process of lightweighting a fleet of vehicles involves more than simply moving down a vehicle class or removing weight from an overloaded vehicle.

Tags: Upfitting, Light-Duty Trucks, Lightweighting

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Market Trends

Mike Antich
U.S. Fleet Upfitting Industry Experiencing Uptick in Consolidation

By Mike Antich
The fleet industry in the United States is no stranger to acquisitions and mergers as we have witnessed with the decades long consolidation occurring among fleet leasing and management companies, automotive OEMs and their suppliers, and daily rental companies. The same holds true for the upfitting industry, which, in the first eight months of 2017, witnessed an uptick in acquisitions.

How to Control Rogue Spending in Fleet

By Mike Antich

Chatty Chassis

Lauren Fletcher
Pros and Cons of Truck Platooning

By Lauren Fletcher
The concept of truck platooning is coming over to the United States. With roots in Europe, modern truck platooning is the ability to electronically group trucks, or other vehicles, to travel down the road. Platooning can decrease the space between vehicles and can help increase overall road capacity.

Impact of Healthy Drivers on Your Operation

By Lauren Fletcher

Driving Notes

Paul Clinton
2017 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel

By Paul Clinton
Chevrolet rebooted its gasoline-powered Cruze compact sedan in 2016, and followed that up with a new diesel model and hatchback body style for each in 2017. What worked well then works even better now.

2017 Ford Focus Hatchback

By Mike Antich

Nobody Asked Me, But...

Sherb Brown
Fleet Is a Full-Time Job

By Sherb Brown
The fleet management companies, the telematics providers, the upfitters, and the general service providers in our market can offer you some wonderful advice, but the only person who can really tie it all together is a fleet manager.

Size Matters

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

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