We've posted some of our latest white papers and case studies so you can see how we help clients reduce costs and improve driver productivity every day.
When a fleet driver is in an accident and another party is at fault, “subrogation” is the process by which the fleet driver’s company pursues cost recovery for the crash. This case study describes how PHH's experienced Subrogation team within the Vehicle Accident Services (VAS) group helped the client achieve a cost recovery rate of over 206%.
Vehicle manufacturers of cars and light trucks have executed strategies of matching production to demand. Gone are the days when surplus inventory was expected on dealers' lots, and excess plant capacity could fill orders. The manufacturers have "right-size" the overall number of plants and continue to manage production schedules to meet demand.
Download White Paper: Meeting the challenges of tighter vehicle inventory
As of Spring 2012, the general used vehicle market in both the United States and Canada is strong, driven by a supply that continues to be tight. Though the economy continues to be a challenge, economists are projecting a cautiously optimistic outlook for GDP growth in 2012 – that means that consumer confidence is edging up.
The factors affecting fuel prices are many and complex. Fleets are likely to face the prospect of higher and/or volatile prices for the foreseeable future. Fleet managers who take a proactive approach by applying fuel-economy strategies can mitigate the potential impact of higher pump prices on their fuel budgets.
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