Building and expanding your agency’s motor pool can be the key to maximizing usage, cutting costs, and reducing carbon footprint on a massive scale.
Northern California-based Local Motion has published an informative white paper to guide government agencies with a step-by-step plan to set up, expand, and effectively manage their motor pools to reduce expenses, decrease waste, and even generate a surplus to reinvest in their fleets.
When departments transfer control of their vehicles to a central motor pool, they only pay for the hours of transportation their employees actually use. What’s more, shared vehicles increase overall efficiency because they can take more trips, get more mileage, and serve more drivers per day than assigned vehicles.
Click here to download the free white paper.