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Employee Incentives

Since fleet drivers spend most of their workdays on the road, they may feel more detached from their companies. Managers can help drivers feel more connected by offering opportunities for them to communicate their opinions, participate in company discussions, and take part in incentive programs.

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Using Performance-Based Incentives to Optimize the Cost-Effectiveness of Fleet Operations

A fleet cost reduction program goes straight to the corporate bottom line. If a company operates at a 10% annual net profit margin, reducing annual fleet expenses by $100,000 is the equivalent of generating $1 million in sales. Although fleet managers manage hundreds of thousands to tens of millions of dollars in corporate assets, only half are incentivized to achieve targeted performance goals. I advocate incentivization should be a universal best practice extended to all fleet managers.

Creative Fuel-Saving Strategies

Learn how four fleets use driver input — and driver accountability — along with rightsizing, route optimization and new technology to achieve fuel savings of 10-20 percent.

BMW’s Executive Preference Program Gains Traction

Benefits of BMW’s new Executive Preference Program (EPP) include zero-cost maintenance for four years/50,000 miles, roadside assistance for four years, a safety program, fleet-trained personnel at dealerships, and special fleet pricing.

BMW’s New Executive Preference Program

Benefits of BMW’s new Executive Preference Program (EPP) include zero-cost maintenance for four years/50,000 miles, roadside assistance for four years, a safety program, fleet-trained personnel at dealerships, and special fleet pricing.