As a Wheels customer for 10 years, this insurance company’s entire fleet had been cycled; therefore, all of its vehicles are Wheels vehicles.
One new Wheels client—a field IT and communications company—was looking for ways to cut down its fleet costs while still keeping drivers productive and happy.
In response to rising fuel costs, one Wheels client was tasked with lowering its total fuel spend.
After months of being extremely disappointed with the service he was receiving from his incumbent fleet management company, the fleet manager at this company decided to take his fleet out to bid.
An insurance company was in the process of transitioning its fleet to Wheels.
One Wheels client wanted to establish a new level of consistency across its vehicle selector and upfitting packages.
One Wheels client maintained a fleet of 5,000 vehicles across several branches for its sales force.
The Wheels Transition Team recently conducted an onsite visit to a new 1,400-vehicle fleet customer as part of the new client setup process.
One Wheels client was looking to trim its accident rate while also reducing the number of transactions
its drivers were making through out-of-network maintenance facilities.
Vehicle selection is one of the most important decisions for any fleet—impacting more than 73% of a fleet’s total spend.