Sometimes, having fleet vehicles is unavoidable, but you do not have to spend a lot to maintain company cars. Here are a few ways to cut the costs of your car fleet:

Teach drivers to drive more efficiently

It is essential you educate the drivers in your organisation to drive efficiently, as it will go a long way in helping to save on fuel. Some of the habits you need to instil in drivers include:

  • Driving at 60mph saves more fuel than driving at 70mph. You can enrol them in a driver behaviour programme to help them reduce their speed, which will conserve fuel and ensure savings for your company.
  • Educate them on the benefits of coasting, which allows cars to slow down in neutral. It helps to save fuel and also minimises wear and tear of brakes.
  • Vehicle idling is one of the main causes of wasting fuel. Teach drivers not to keep the engine running when the car is stationary.
  • Make minor changes to the fleet cars to remove excess weight. It will reduce fuel consumption.

Use technology

Look for end-to-end solutions that make corporate car fleet management efficient and less time-consuming. The technology should help you run your company cars more efficiently, to save costs. It should provide you with an overview of the cars so that you can monitor the performance of the vehicles and drivers. It will allow you to make more informed decisions to improve vehicle effectiveness and performance.

Save fuel costs

Besides teaching company drivers to drive more efficiently, you should also look for other ways to save fuel expenses. Check with fuel pumps in your area, to find the discounts and incentives they offer businesses. It will enable you to save money. Also, if employees are travelling to the same area for meetings, encourage them to share the ride.

These are some ways you can look at to reduce the costs of fleet cars and ensure your organisation enjoys attractive savings at the end of each year.

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