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4 Steps to Reduce Vehicle Downtime

If your trucks aren’t up and running, they aren’t providing you a return on investment. Here are some factors to consider when trying to keep your drivers on the road.

Downtime Truism: If the Wheels Don't Turn, You Don't Earn

Time in the shop, instead of on the road, means lost sales and less face time with customers, putting downward pressure on the bottom line. Downtime mitigation is key to controlling costs and helping to maximize fleet uptime.

Why are Fleet Metrics Important?

Establishing adequate fleet reports based on your fleet’s metrics could prevent costly circumstances. Reports look at various data points, including downtime, maintenance costs, driver behavior, and fuel consumption.

Consequences of Extended Truck Replacement Cycles

The more expensive the asset, the longer it is kept in service; however, the need for short-term cost savings prompts some fleets to even further extend cycling parameters and defer replacements.

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