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Can Fleets Subscribe to a Vehicle?

For fleets, technology is enabling a more efficient way to use vehicles, increase utilization, and more precisely match the type of vehicle to usage.

Photo of flooded vehicles in Houston by the Texas Air National Guard.

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Salvage Auctions Estimate Volume of Hurricane-Damaged Vehicles

While the effect that Hurricane Irma had on Insurance Auto Auction's and Copart's operations in Florida was relatively mild, Houston was a different story.

Carpe Diem Cleaning bought used police vehicles at auction to build its fleet for a more reasonable price. Photo courtesy of Carpe Diem Cleaning.

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Cleaning Company Stocks Fleet with Police Cruisers

Looking to build a fleet for a reasonable price, Carpe Diem Cleaning bought used police vehicles at auction. The cruisers have been great for space and dependability, and they also make a good marketing tool.

Photo courtesy of iStockPhoto.com/Erdre

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Recouping a Better Return When Selling Fleet Vehicles

By implementing one or two new strategies — such as timing sales based on mileage or seasonality, expanding sales channels, or considering purchasing options — small fleet operators can return more money to their fleet’s bottom line.

According to Black Book, as of Nov. 1, 2014, the overall fleet vehicle market depreciation rate for the previous 12 months stood at 12.1%.

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2015 Resale Forecast For Cars, Vans and Trucks

The depreciation rate for cars is expected to outpace trucks and vans, which will be aided by strong demand from small fleet buyers.

With the completion of the current orders for the 2015 Chevrolet Express (pictured) and GMC Savana 1500 series units, the transition to the European-styled units is complete.

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2015 Resale Forecast for Full-Size Vans

The used full-size van market has remained strong throughout 2014, but it is expected to decline in 2015. Part of the reason for the strength of the used van segment is the discontinuation of traditional U.S.-style vans by OEMs as the new European-style vans are released.

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Vehicle Valuation 101

Understanding depreciation, how vehicles are valued and when to remarket can improve your total cost of ownership.

Chart 1: The depreciation averages in this analysis demonstrate the common rule of thumb that vehicles lose the lion's share of their value from the moment they're driven off the dealer's lot until year two, and then depreciate on a gentle slope thereafter.

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How to Crunch the Numbers on Replacement Cycles

Running your fleet vehicles longer isn't always the most cost-effective choice.

A bold color choice may make a statement or be a means to meet a corporate need, but fleets that want to maximize their resale returns will stick with white. Photo credit: Ford Motor Co.

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Spec'ing Medium-Duty Trucks for Maximum Resale

Fleets should consider engines, transmissions, upfits and color choices to maximize total cost of ownership.

Photo courtesy of Gary Mott.

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Q&A: FLD's Remarketing Technology

Delray Beach, Fla.-based FLD has made a name for itself as providing high-tech solutions for its clients. For the past 33 years, it has been spearheading online and other types of technology that has helped transform the industry.

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