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New free flip-book explains 'Why and How' of compliance

New free flip-book explains ‘Why and How’ of compliance

Shrewd fleet managers will welcome the new online Fleet Matters, which offers valuable advice on compliance issues. The latest free flip-book in the Fleet Matters series from Fuel Card Services quantifies fleet risks, including stark statistics on the potential for accidents. It explains the fleet manager’s legal obligations, shows the benefits of compliance and offers suggestions on the help available.

Every Fleet Matters issue gives clear guidance on a single theme, valuable for all fleet sizes and types, including owner-drivers with single vehicles. The information is equally useful for owned, leased or ‘grey’ fleets and results from years of experience working with fleets nationwide. Four sections each conclude with clear ‘Action Points,’ relevant to all vehicle types and to both public and private sector fleets.

Steve Clarke, group marketing manager, said, “Fuel Card Services is highly experienced in helping with vehicle management. We help a variety of fleets every day, working with everyone from public sector transport managers with hundreds of mixed vehicles to private sector fleets comprising just a few vans. We understand the issues, from legal compliance to stakeholder pressures, through talking with fleets all the time. Having built our breadth and depth of expertise over many years, we are now feeding it back to fleets.”

Fleet Matters readers benefit from easily finding any topic’s key points, with advice on best practice distilled into a compact space. Some of the information will already be familiar to many, but most readers find something new and valuable. It has no promotional or advertising content, just straightforward facts and advice to aid managers in running their fleets more effectively. The latest issue is available online, free, at http://ow.ly/10EBIx.

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