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The True Total Cost of Ownership for Fleets

Understanding and managing the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is vital for fleet management. It presents a clear picture of how your fleet is functioning and can help fleets accurately track costs, optimize asset usage, and enhance decision-making regarding preventive maintenance and asset replacement – but only if it’s done right.

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What are the primary components of TCO for fleets?

The primary components of TCO include fixed costs like the initial purchase price and depreciation, and variable costs such as fuel, maintenance and unexpected downtime. How to effectively measure and control those costs can be a juggling act, but we present some strategies fleet managers can use to approach it strategically.

How can fleet management software aid in reducing TCO?

Fleet management software can automate data collection and analysis, streamline maintenance processes, track fuel usage and provide actionable insights to help make data-driven decisions that minimize costs and maximize asset efficiency.

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Key takeaways from this white paper

  • Understanding the full spectrum of TCO is essential for making informed decisions about fleet management.
  • Fuel and maintenance, though significant, are just parts of the broader TCO that includes fixed costs like depreciation.
  • Utilizing fleet management software can significantly enhance efficiency, reduce errors and provide valuable insights for cost optimization.
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