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1: Live Vehicle and Asset Tracking/Monitoring With the click of a mouse, you can use your fleet management software to: Track the location of your vehicles and large equipment. Monitor the condition of your assets and schedule regular maintenance reminders. Monitor the use and activity of your assets to ensure
Embracing Technology. Fleet management is a technology driven industry. Being Adaptable. Willing to Try Something New. Leading a Team. Managing Time Effectively.
Fleet management incorporates many functions, such as telematics, vehicle maintenance and finance, vehicle tracking and diagnostics, fuel management and management of the fleet drivers. Prolong the life of fleet vehicles. Improve fleet productivity whilst also reducing costs and increasing profits.
Fleet management software is an application that helps companies organize, manage and coordinate work vehicles from a central information system to keep the overall fleet operation running smoothly. Fleet management aims to improve performance, reduce costs, and provide compliance with government regulations.
Reduce the Fleet's Size. Reducing the number of vehicles in any given fleet is the most proven way to reduce overall costs. Cut Miles Traveled. Get More MPG. Lower Fuel Cost. Reduce Lifecycle Costs. Lower Acquisition Cost. Assure Higher Resale Value. Lower Maintenance Costs.
Downsizing. Rightsizing. Keep It Clean. Tires. Preventive Maintenance. Use a Fleet Fuel Card. Put Vehicles on a Diet. Driver Behavior.
The timely replacement of vehicles and equipment is a process that requires the ability to predict asset lifecycles based on costing information, utilization, and asset age. Organizations prefer to use new fleet as a strategy for cost reduction where the used fleet is sold so that a new fleet is maintained.
A fleet management system will cost about $35 a month, on average, per vehicle, or around $3500-$6500 per year for a fleet of 10 vehicles. This cost can vary significantly, dependent on your specific business needs, but will bring a return on your investment that justifies the price tag.
The vehicle-only inspection includes brakes, fuel, cargo, exhaust, steering, lighting, suspensions, tires, steering wheel, trailer, windshield wipers, emergency exits, engine, and battery. A vehicle-only inspection can take up to about 30 minutes to complete.
Every commercial vehicle, including each segment of a combination vehicle requires periodic inspection that must be performed at least once every 12 months.
In terms of the regulations, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations require qualifications for anyone performing: Annual (periodic) vehicle inspections see 49 CFR 396.19; or Brake inspections, maintenance, service, or repairs see 49 CFR 396.25. In either case, formal training is not necessarily required.
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To do you own DOT inspection you have to meet the criteria in the DOT Reg's.
Guidance: Section 396.11(a) requires every driver to prepare a DVR at the completion of each day's work on each vehicle operated. A driver who operates two or more vehicles in a 24-hour-period must prepare a DVR at the completion of the tour of duty in each vehicle.
Section 37.22 (6) states that drivers must complete a post-trip inspection of the vehicle at the end of the final trip of the day, or where a trip lasts more than one day, on every subsequent day of the trip at the final rest stop of the day.
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