Fleet Maintenance & Repair
Most people can relate to the stress of buying and maintaining one vehicle.
Now, imagine having a garage full of vehicles. Some of which are heavy-duty.
As you may already know, mechanics are your vehicle’s best friends. Most fleets are owned by a business or government so any breakdown can mean a loss of cash in real-time.
You wouldn’t want to risk losing valuable time and customers. If your fleet is for leasing, you have a much bigger worry.
In this context, a stitch in time saves more than nine. In the case of an actual breakdown, your fleet will benefit from prompt and great repair.
If this is done seamlessly, you are saved a lot of unnecessary hassle.
Wondering where you can get this done?
Read right on!
fleet management companies we work with
We are well-equipped for fleet repair and maintenance. We currently work with fleet management companies: Element, ARI, LeasePlan, Ge Capital.
A fleet...what exactly is it? Does your collection qualify as a fleet?
A fleet refers to a bunch of vehicles for either commercial or rental use or vehicle from the government.
A collection of vehicles with a common owner.
Your favorite taxi companies, vehicle rentals, and transport companies all own fleets. Take-home vehicles, car-sharing, federal vehicles qualify as fleet vehicles.
Fleet vehicles also include vehicles operated by car rental companies, public utilities, public bus companies, and police departments.
You could also hire a fleet to help your business run smoothly.
What are the problems a fleet can experience?
Fleet owners experience the same problems as single-car owners but on a much larger scale.
From your fleet, a vehicle can breakdown, get into accidents, or even be stolen. Of these, the most common problem experienced would be the breakdown. It’s honestly no fun for your passenger filled car to suddenly ‘take a break’ in the middle of the road.
Issues range from the minor to the very serious ones.
Addressing fleet issues before they worsen
Not all heroes wear capes. Some of us wear overalls.
We truck repairers are more than willing to find and fix the fault to keep your fleet in top shape.
You should call us vehicle ‘fairies’ as soon as possible. It is often possible to address the issue right before it worsens.
How Your Fleet benefits
What do you stand to gain?
- Save time and money
- Saves you cost you would have otherwise spent doing costly repairs. The longer you wait, the more money you may spend eventually
- Saves your reputation with clients
- Maintenance as a side attraction
This would be a great time to get some maintenance done. A breakdown will not be so bad after all. Your vehicle may finally get the much-needed attention.
Fleet maintenance refers to regular often scheduled checks aimed at detecting minor issues, replacing worn-out parts, and generally ensuring that your vehicles are in the best shape.
What can be done for maintenance?
…oil changes, wheel alignments, tire inspection, and pumping.
Why Should You Maintain Your Fleet
- Boosts productivity.
- Reduces overall running costs.
- Gives your vehicles’ good scores on vehicle inspection.
- A healthy brand reputation is desirable.
- Ensures the safety of your staff, goods, and passengers depending on the kind of business your company runs.
- Slows down the vehicle’s aging process by reducing unnecessary wear-and-tear.
How do you achieve top-notch Fleet maintenance?
With regards to the timing of maintenance, follow your vehicle manufacturer’s instructions but ultimately listen to your car…like you would a fussy baby. The unusual creaks or jolts of the vehicles should alert you.
Fleet maintenance providers abound. To be able to repair a truck, repair shops need to co-operate with fleet management companies. These companies handle quality checks and financing.
Technology has made life so much easier. With this, everything is accounted for. You wouldn’t forget birthdays or to bring your vehicles in for maintenance. There are many apps you can download to help you to track and assess each vehicle’s operations and fuel consumption.
They are invaluable in the maintenance and repair process. The drivers often know the fleet better than anyone else. Proper training is important. They should have an easy, fuss-free portal to alert you of any potential issues.
Keep in mind
Businesses cost a lot to maintain; from rents to taxes to staff salaries.
Do not add the cost of fixing a vehicle or worse still, replacing one.
Maintenance is ultimately a cheaper option.
The vehicle engine is likely to consume more fuel if it is in bad shape. Wear and tear are also increased.
If you ever have to reduce your fleet size by letting go of some vehicles, a well-maintained vehicle is easier to sell, and for a much higher value.
Spoilt for Choice?
It’s usually a brilliant idea to go for homey, receptive automobile services. It’s often easier to build much-needed rapport.
How great would it be to have your automobile repair protect your interests!
Find a team that is patient, receptive to your concerns, and knows the job well.
Thinking of choosing a reputable truck maintenance/Repair?
TLC Auto and Truck Repair and Service Center handles all sorts of things:
- Bucket truck repair
- Hydraulic system service
- Leaf spring repair
- Diesel inspections
- diesel repair services
We are well-equipped for fleet repair and maintenance of all kinds. We currently work with fleet management companies: Element, ARI, LeasePlan, Ge Capital.
Call u now at (631) 201-5755 or visit our website to book an appointment!