Do you know what sets a great fleet manager apart from a good one?
Is it consistently coming in on budget? No. Is it keeping vehicle downtime to an acceptable level? No. Good fleet managers do those things.
Great fleet managers spend time with their people. They talk to the folks that are driving their vehicles and the people fixing them. They listen to their problems and they listen to their suggested fixes.
After all, they’re the people that are hands-on every day. They know what is going on!
Get out there and take a look at the vehicles that you’re responsible for. Show the people of your fleet that they mean more to you than numbers on the P&L.
Be a Great Fleet Manager.