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Meeting the need of public sector fleet

Written by | Posted on 20.05.2015
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In truth, the industry is failing public sector fleets.

Most vehicle leasing companies would say they don’t treat public sector fleets any differently from large corporate clients. But therein lies the problem.

Because the public sector is different. There are different budget approval processes, different procurement frameworks, different priorities and (obvious, but frequently forgotten) different types of vehicles.

This lack of understanding costs time and money and causes all sorts of frustration for the person running the fleet.

But it doesn’t have to be like this.

As we explain in our rant on the subject, public sector fleet managers have more power than they realise. That is, the power to demand more.

Take a look – you’ll see you don’t have to take things the way they are.

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