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Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
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Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach


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  • 1. Fleet Management Diagnostic Approach
  • 2. Holistic approach to diagnosing fleet management practices
    • Assessment of fleet management practices will encompass a broad diagnostic approach across numerous key areas
      • Asset disposal practices
      • Financing
      • Maintenance and repairs
      • Fleet planning and acquisition
      • Equipment Utilization
      • Operating practices
      • Data capture and KPI’s
  • 3. Asset disposal
    • Determining the Useful Economic Life (UEL) of an asset is a critical first step and involves determining the UEL for each vehicle type based upon historical data
    • Once the UEL is known for a vehicle type, individual vehicles that have exceeded the optimum undergo an assessment to determine if they are candidates for disposal.
    • Our approach is to verify the cost data for completeness, identify the UEL by asset type, develop an assessment outline for individual assets, and establish the procedures for asset disposal.
  • 4. Finance review
    • The financial review is a look at how lease decisions are made. Critical areas of examination are:
      • Lease vs. buy analysis.
        • Are all critical elements accounted for?
      • Lease terms
        • Is the length of the lease set at the anticipated UEL?
        • Does the maintenance contract make sense given the UEL and anticipated maintenance expense
    • Output
      • Summary and recommendations for further action
  • 5. Maintenance and repair issues
    • Areas for investigation revolve around examining the factors impacting the most cost effective methods of maintaining a fleet
      • Outsource or in house analysis
      • Outsource major repairs but maintain capability to perform running repairs in house. Combo analysis
      • Process review of preventive maintenance practices, pre and post trip inspections
      • Data recording and accuracy
      • Shared maintenance services between divisions
    • Outputs will be results of analysis and recommendations for further action
  • 6. Fleet planning
    • The goal is to provide the right number of vehicles for the right amount of time.
    • The process will be to review the current fleet planning approach with particular attention to
      • Vehicle utilization
      • Spares
      • Total need estimates
      • Disposals
      • Peak coverage strategies
  • 7. Operating practices
    • A review of current operating practices as it relates to costs
      • Domicile of vehicles
      • Daily and seasonal demand fluctuations impacting the number of required operators
      • Spare equipment factors and
    • A review of current management practices as it relates to monitoring cost and service control
      • Data accuracy
      • KPI’s