Mercury is committed to providing fleet management professionals with valuable resources to assist them in their efforts in achieving industry excellence. One of the many resources that we provide is information through fleet management presentations at industry seminars, workshops, conferences, and other special events. As experts in every facet of fleet management, our team of consultants is frequently invited to discuss emerging issues, complex topics, and new solutions.
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Fleet owners relying on dealerships, commercial shops or contract service providers for maintenance and repair services should understand how to ensure cost effectiveness and not assume third-party providers always have their best interests in mind. The presenters review key strategies and techniques for making sure fleet buyers receive good value for the money.
This session covers GSA Bulletin FMR B-38 Motor Vehicle Management - Indirect Costs of Motor Vehicle Fleet Operations. It also contains information on activity-based cost (ABC) analysis, how ABC is used to determine and improve the management of fleet operating costs.
Many companies utilize employee-provided vehicles to some degree or another in order to meet their needs for the transport of people, goods, or services. Employees who operate their vehicles for business use are compensated under either taxable or non-taxable reimbursement plans, but employers and employees often overlook differences in tax consequences between the two types of reimbursement methods.
This presentation covers how to recognize what data is critical to management and contain fleet costs. The presenters explain how to create a reporting framework that gets the right data to the right decision-maker at the right time. How to overcome obstacles to success is covered.
This 2-part presentation provides an overview of fleet maintenance and repair processes. Part 1 covers fleet management policies and procedures, preventive maintenance program design and execution, maintenance activity coding and cost center analysis. Part 2 includes how to determine fleet maintenance and repair costs and competitiveness using activity-based costing, measuring fleet performance through data sources and processing tools, and repair shop staffing.
This presentation will define negligence and risk for fleet managers and, in particular, police fleet managers. It will discuss whether fleet managers could be liable under civil or criminal law while performing within their approved scope of responsibilities, as well as address whether “sovereign immunity” applies to the fleet manager.
Synopsis This presentation covers how to develop objective standards to define a company-provided vehicle or employee-provided vehicle used for business that is involved in a crash (accident). Attendees learn how to identify crash factors that are relevant to fleet vehicles and understand why fleet crash statistics are different from the general population of vehicles on the road.
Synopsis This presentation covers how to develop objective standards to define a company-provided vehicle or employee-provided vehicle used for business that is involved in a crash (accident). Attendees learn how to identify crash factors that are relevant to fleet vehicles and understand why fleet crash statistics are different from the […]
This presentation covers the principles of vehicle and fleet replacement, including the City of Baltimore fleet replacement practices in 2012, how a case was made for fleet modernization, implementing a plan for modernization, improvements made, and lessons learned.
This session covers the link between fleet age and fleet costs and why the fleet manager must demonstrate that older vehicles cost more than newer vehicles. The presenters show how to build a business case for fleet replacement using Optimal Replacement Cycle Analysis, Capital Asset Replacement Cost Analysis, Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Analysis, and Lease versus Buy Analysis.
Fleet managers must deal with differences in expectations between field managers and their headquarters. Learn how to bridge the gap for both the field and headquarter level, and find common errors and how to remedy them, such as commonly missing fleet expenditures, the difference between fleet management and fleet administration, and what steps can be taken to align goals and objectives