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Leasing and fleet management specialist, Fleet Alliance, has been voted one of the best places to work in the UK for the fifth year in a row, achieving laureate status as a result.
The Glasgow-based company received its fifth successive Great Place to Work Award, making it one of the top 50 best places to work in the UK in the medium-sized category for companies with 50-499 employees.
Some 92% of Fleet Alliance staff said that ‘taking everything into account I would say this is a great place to work', which was 3% higher than the average for the top 50 UK medium sized businesses.
The new mobile app from The CEI Group is a powerful tool when it comes to accident management.
Negligent entrustment is of enormous consequence to fleets and this week we publish the first of a three-part series on this subject, authored by CEI's Kevin Reilly.
We recall an incident several years ago where an intoxicated driver of a company van killed a pedestrian in a crosswalk. The Fortune 500 firm had never checked his MVR. If they had, they would have found that his license had been revoked because of a previous drunk driving arrest. The settlement, of course, was substantial but, more tragically, a life was lost.
Has your company banned cellphone use while driving? Don't think it's a crisis? Read "Distracted Driving – When Your Life & Livelihood Are on the Line".
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Advisory Board Named for First “Closed Loop” Smartphone Telematics Solution and Industry Risk Measurement Standard
eDriving has released the first, patented, “closed loop” smartphone telematics solution for fleet drivers – Mentor by eDriving. The highly anticipated product measures and scores driving behavior and delivers tailored driver training straight to smartphones, tablets and computers.
The Mentor product launch also marks the debut of a transformational industry standard risk predictor for both businesses and consumers – the FICO® Safe Driving Score.
In Elon Musk’s fantastic vision of the future, cars will drive themselves—when they aren’t being whisked through the vast networks of tunnels he envisions beneath the world’s cities.
Musk, who started digging a big hole on the SpaceX campus near Los Angeles earlier this year, proposes using these underground roadways as a new kind of highway system.
He pitched this idea Friday morning at TED, where extreme wealth meets extreme optimism in the power of technology to solve all the world’s ills.
By Mark Boada, Senior Editor
Fleets that assign sedans to individual employees are vastly oversized and could be reduced by 50% by adopting car sharing with no loss of service.
So says Julian Espiritu, managing director of Abrams Carsharing Advisors. The 28-year veteran of the car rental and car sharing industries made that remark in a wide-ranging interview with Fleet Management Weekly on the fastest-growing means of obtaining access to an automobile.
Espiritu was one of the pioneers at Zipcar, the world’s largest car sharing company, and since joining Abrams has consulted on dozens of car sharing ventures for business fleets, large and small.
“The old sedan fleet model is to assign a vehicle full time to every employee who needs access to a car,” he said. “And every time I’ve seen a car sharing program adopted in a corporate environment, in a short period of time they find they could have reduced their fleet by half, even if all of their cars are assigned.”
The next AFLA Webinar Series presentation "Life Cycle Analysis: Your Replacement Strategy's Key Element" is scheduled for May 8, 2017.
This presentation by Steven Saltzgiver, Manager with Mercury Associates, will focus on establishing an effective replacement program by looking at both the economic benefits and fiscal impacts of timely vehicle replacement.
Register today to reserve your spot at this timely webinar.