The Wheels Vehicle Information and Planning team will be presenting a workshop, titled “Best Practices for Work and Service Fleets,” on Wednesday, July 13 at 1:00 p.m. CDT.
The online workshop will last about an hour and will cover best practices for ordering, upfitting, and other Truck Engineering topics essential for work or service fleets.
Lorie Caffrey, a DOT compliance expert from ITS Compliance, will also join the webcast to address any questions you may have about current CSA requirements.
To register for the workshop, please click here.
If you have any questions, please contact a member of your account team.Back to top
The Wheels Client Steering Council meets three times each year to discuss existing Wheels programs and services and to make suggestions for new program initiatives. Council members will meet on Tuesday, July 12 and Wednesday, July 13.
If you would like the Steering Council to address a particular topic, please contact member of your account team with your opinion or suggestion as soon as possible.Back to top
The semi-annual Wheels Client Satisfaction surveys are in progress. E-mails have been sent to clients with a link through which you can view and complete the surveys. If you have not already done so, please take a moment to complete the survey by the end of the business day on Friday, July 8.
We recognize the value of your feedback – the surveys play a critical role in enhancing the service you receive and help us better meet our clients' fleet needs. If you have any questions, please send an e-mail to email@example.com or contact a member of your account team.Back to top
The FleetView report schedule gives you tools to help monitor fleet activity and assist in making key strategic and tactical decisions. Based on the schedule, FleetView offers a number of reports we recommend reviewing in the month of July. These reports are listed below. For a copy of the complete report schedule, please contact a member of you account team.
Reports to run if you are on Wheels' support services
Claim Activity Detail: Use as required to monitor collision claim activity (e.g., weekly or monthly).
Premium Fuel Usage: Run twice yearly to identify users of premium fuel.
Fuel Velocity: Run this report monthly to help you track fuel card utilization, exceptions and expenses.
Enterprise Open Rental: Run monthly to monitor open rentals, costs and days.
Oil Change Report: Run quarterly to identify vehicles overdue for oil changes.
Maintenance by Category: Run quarterly to spot trends in maintenance costs.
Services Billing: Run three times per year to ensure data quality.
Fleet management reports to run
Combined Billing: Run each month to audit and monitor expenses.
Inventory by Manufacturer: If you have not yet negotiated manufacturer incentives, run this report to document purchases with each manufacturer.
Driver Name and Address: Run every other month to compare with your HR database for data quality purposes and to support driver mailings.
1-Year Rental Projection: Run twice yearly or as required to support finance department.Back to top