June 1 marked the official start of another hurricane season that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) is warning will include above-average activity. To stay one step ahead during disastrous events like hurricanes, Wheels follows a disaster preparation and response protocol.
This process is designed to prioritize drivers’ safety and minimize disruptions to your fleet. Our long-established and routinely tested business continuity plan controls the situation to ensure we deliver seamless service during clear, rainy and windy skies.
Driving an EV takes a little getting used to. Sara Sweeney, senior product manager at Wheels, has gathered helpful information, including policy and pick up, safety, charging vs. fueling and more to educate you and your drivers on successful EV operation.
Take a look at our featured case study, in which an industrial firm instituted a monitoring program to all company travelers. They saw a 46% reduction in high-risk drivers and 18% decrease in accidents. This proved that business travel, like every part of their business, runs better when it’s run precisely.
What would happen if your vehicle suddenly disappeared? Vehicle theft is a very expensive crime, with the cost of stolen vehicles pegged at more than $5.9 billion. Keep you and your drivers safe with these theft prevention resources.