You’ve likely heard the saying – you have to spend money to make money.When it comes to your fleet business, this might mean buying another vehicle, hiring more staff and taking on all the costs that comes with expanding your business. Inevitably, making these types of investments will make you money. With more vehicles and staff, you can take on more work and more customers, which means a bigger bottom line and wonderful success.But not so fast. First, do you have the capital to invest in buying another vehicle? Not just the upfront cost, but insurance, fuel, and ongoing maintenance? Are you ready to bring a new employee on payroll? Do you have customers beating down your door and jamming your phone lines to request your services?If you can say yes to all of these questions, then by all means, go for it.However, for most fleet businesses, it’s just not that simple. This is where running your fleet more efficiently and cost savings becomes crucial to business growth. By streamlining your operation, you can take on more work without taking on more costs. You can make money by spending less money.