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And Then There Were Three

How will the potential Hertz acquisition of Dollar Thrifty affect franchisees and independents? READ MORE

Key Takeaways from NAFA’s 2010 Fleet Management Institute & Expo

North America’s annual gathering of fleet professionals took place this week in Detroit. NAFA FMI is the best place to take the pulse of the fleet industry and look into the future. READ MORE

Key Takeaways from the 2010 Car Rental Show

From Wall Street to Main Street, the renewal of the industry was on display in the conference halls and expo floor. Expect action from ACRA on key issues. READ MORE

Guest Post: European ... or you’re a peein’?

A car rental executive argues why no-show fees can help operators run tighter fleets and gain higher utilization. READ MORE

Isuzu Gets Gas Engines Back

More from the Work Truck Show: Isuzu reaches agreement with GM for its gas engines; GM introduces Sierra Denali HD and some thoughts on the term "best in class." READ MORE

Sprinter Lands at Mercedes Dealerships

More from the Work Truck Show: Daimler gives Sprinter back to Mercedes; Freightliner Custom Chassis gets an all-electric version and a new look for the boxy step van. READ MORE

New Ram Brand to Get Fiat Vans?

In a series of reports based on the Work Truck Show, here’s a compendium of new truck offerings and future plans from the OEMs. READ MORE

The New Diesel Deal

New diesel regulations have caused market shifts in diesel truck offerings, higher price points and increased servicing. Fleets must learn to adapt. But will it produce a move away from diesel? READ MORE

2011 Ford Super Duty Test Drive

How do you get more than 30 mpg in a Ford Super Duty with four people and a 1,000 lb. payload? READ MORE

What to Tax, if Not Car Rentals?

Here are some novel ideas on taxation that shift the burden away from car renters. READ MORE

Toyota Recall: What We Know as of Thursday

A separate recall was issued on Wednesday in regards to the potential risk for floor mat entrapment of accelerator pedals. Commercial and rental fleets as well as leasing companies are handling this problem in different ways at the moment. The prevailing wisdom is "inform, inform, inform." READ MORE

Car Rental No-show Fees: Are We Ready?

The hotel and airline industries offer parallels and a path to possible implementation. READ MORE

How Can a Drop in Car Rental Revenues Be a Good Thing?

As we close out 2009, here’s a quick hit of issues that are driving those revenue numbers, along with questions that need answers. READ MORE

In honor of Thanksgiving, pre-printed rental agreements and one classic, funny movie.

It's hard to know what a customer has been through before he gets to the counter. READ MORE

Does the 2009 Rental Car Satisfaction Study Provide Faulty Analysis?

The qualitative analysis J.D. Power provides for its 2009 Rental Car Satisfaction Study is stirring up controversy. What do you think? READ MORE

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Fuel Management

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Todd Ewing from Verizon Connect will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Management And Leasing

Jack Firriolo from Merchants will answer your questions and challenges

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Chris Brown

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Chris is the executive editor of Business Fleet Magazine and Auto Rental News. He covers all aspects of the fleet world.

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