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Depreciation Up in Most Vehicle Segments

According to industry analysts, most vehicle segments increased in vehicle depreciation in 2009 due to such factors as extended replacement cycling, shifts in the wholesale vehicle market, and higher capitalized vehicle costs.

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State of the Fleet Market Outside North America

Global Fleet Services is an international alliance of fleet management companies representing global regional markets. The alliance met in Spain to discuss fleet trends in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Latin America.

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9 Mistakes to Avoid When Playing 'Musical Cars'

Many of those millions laid off during this recession’s corporate downsizings drove company cars. The process of reassigning vehicles retrieved from terminated employees can lead to errors. Here’s how to avoid them.

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Bright Ideas Energize Fleet Management

From acquisition to remarketing, a compilation of best ideas in managing successful, cost-effective, and efficient fleets is presented.

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Pros & Cons of Extending Replacement Policy

It has been “common wisdom” to replace fleet vehicles in relatively short cycles. Rising costs, however, have led fleet managers to consider lengthening replacement criteria. There are pros and cons to the practice.

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Perfect Storm Pummels Truck Resale Values

Resale values for pickup trucks have declined by 15-25 percent due to such factors as high fuel prices, tightened consumer credit, and a stagnant construction market.

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How Technology Will Change Traditional Fleet Remarketing

At the 2008 Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR) in Las Vegas, Jim Hallett of ADESA shared his insights on the future of the remarketing industry, in particular, the impact of technology.

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Cyclng Truck Bodies: Is It a Good or Bad Idea?

As the cost of truck bodies increases due to rising material costs, recycling bodies on new chassis can become more attractive. However, the cost of vehicle downtime to allow for remounting needs to be taken into account.

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Economic Slowdown Causes Fleet Resale Values to Decline

Most fleet vehicles are purchased by subprime buyers; however, these buyers are now finding it increasingly difficult to qualify for used-vehicle loans. The slowdown in the construction market is dampening demand for used pickups, and full-size work vans.

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How Will Future Residual Values Impact Hybrid

While hybrids can reduce fleet fuel expense, the two other major fleet expenses — maintenance/repair and depreciation — must also be considered to determine if hybrids are the answer to reducing overall fleet costs.

Get the expert information and research you need for fleet remarketing. Learn how to increase vehicle residuals while effectively using resale channels and lowering deprecation costs from the articles, tools and expert insight provided in this comprehensive channel.

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Find out how the iland Continuity Cloud© leveraged Dell EqualLogic SAN technology enabling Fleet Lease Disposal, Inc. to restore their IT infrastructure and data in less than one hour, save thousands of dollars and man hours a year and achieve an 18 month ROI. 

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Fleet Tracking And Telematics

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How to Use GPS to Measure a Quality Stop

The next step in using GPS tracking technology is to manage miles, fuel and customer activity together to achieve greater net profit per visit.
 
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