Kwik Fit fleet sales director outlines the strategy as the company develops from tyres-only to a more comprehensive SMR service.
Some take the telematics combined with rewards route, others feel that ‘stick’ works better than the ‘carrot’ when trying to get drivers to check their vehicles
Tyres are estimated to make up around one-third of a fleet manager’s maintenance budget. Andrew Don speaks to the experts about the benefits and drawbacks of different cost options
Tyres have a vital role to play in the smooth operation of a business and the way they are acquired can have a significant impact on fleet costs.
Just four patches of rubber keep vehicles on the road; looking after your tyres is vital for driver safety. Andrew Ryan and Sam Mace report
Manufacturers are increasingly removing spare wheels from cars to increase efficiency. But fleets want the ability to change tyres, reports Jonathan Manning
Tyres can account for a third of a fleet’s total running cost, but this impact can be mitigated by an effective tyre policy. Alisdair Suttie reports.
Alisdair Suttie reports on the future for tyre technology over the next few years.
Fleet operators no longer have to stick with standard fit tyres all-year round, there is a range of options. Here we
outline the pros and cons of each.
hen you consider that the only parts of a vehicle which actually touch the road are four areas of tyre each about the size of your palm, it can be too easily taken for granted.
As Tyre Safety Month nears its end, Donna Kelly from Nationwide Vehicle Contracts explains why looking after tyres properly is even more important for fleet managers than it is for private drivers.