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May 2009, Automotive Fleet - Cover Story

Bright Ideas Energize Fleet Management

By Cindy Brauer & Thi Dao

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

Tags: Sustainability, Best Practices, Risk Management, Accident Management, Fleet Policies

January 2009, Work Truck - Feature

Reducing Risk with Driver Assessment Programs

By Staff

Fleet drivers pose potential financial, safety, and liability risks. Managing those risks begins before an employee driver is hired and involves all stakeholders in the development of a driver assessment program.

Tags: Risk Management, Driver Safety

May 2008, Business Fleet - Feature

How to Identify At-Risk Drivers

By Staff

Since the driver of a company vehicle is given a responsibility for an asset worth thousands of dollars and that costs thousands more to operate, the company has a responsibility to recognize and identify drivers who pose a risk.

Tags: Risk Management

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