Fleet & Trailer Cost Savings Resources

Tired of watching your costs increase year after year?

View these resources to find out how to reduce costs in all the key categories.


Watch On-Demand videos of past webinars related to cost-saving tips and practices.

Find Out Where Successful Fleets Are Finding Savings

Fleet managers face a variety of challenges, from managing fuel price volatility to maintaining regulatory compliance and driver safety, but the most difficult task by far is identifying ways to cut the right costs. With expenses eating away at budgets, how are savvy companies working to reduce spend in these areas and maximize the bottom line?

The State of Insurance in the Freight Industry

Carriers are experiencing significant strain when it comes to rising insurance costs, which have doubled in the past few years. Abnormally high accident rates—including those involving fatalities—and nuclear settlements with multi-million-dollar payouts are largely to blame and are impacting carriers of all sizes, in addition to their customers.

Cost of Ownership: Leasing vs. Buying

Fleet ownership has a number of benefits, but with those benefits come a number of associated costs, including maintenance, repairs and eventually replacement. Likewise, leasing provides a number of advantages for fleets as well, particularly for companies who don’t want to be exposed to the volatility associated with upswings and downswings in company financials. While both options have their pros and cons, how can companies make the decision that is best for them?

Time Is Money: Managing Detention More Profitably

Detention is one of the largest concerns facing drivers and fleets today, costing both time and money. In fact, DAT research revealed that 63 percent of drivers spend more than three hours waiting for their trucks to be loaded or unloaded on average, often leading to them missing subsequent loads as a result. As the adage goes, if the wheels aren’t turning, drivers aren’t earning.

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See How a Plumbing Service Saved $1,500/Month by Optimizing Driver Efficiency with FleetLocate


Learn how a Southern California plumbing business with a mixed fleet of box vans, Econolines and pickup trucks was able to save $1,500 per month by reducing fuel bills, eliminating unnecessary trips, reducing speeding and hard-braking, and improving driver routing

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Download these informative reports and white papers to help reduce costs.

Cost of Buying Vs. Leasing
Don’t Get More Trailers, GET SMART
Making Power Management A Priority: Extending the Performance of Your Trailer Tracking System
Where Rich Data Becomes Real Intelligence: Best Practices for Driving ROI
Improve Driver Retention with Advice from the Undercover Trucker
Find the Savings in Your Fleet
Telematics User Survey: The Connected Effect
Where Are Successful Companies Finding Savings?
Detention Time Is Money


Facts About Smart Trailers

Are You Getting the Most from Your Smart Trailer?
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Lower Fuel Costs For Your Fleet

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Find Savings In Your Fleet With GPS

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What Does It Cost to Run A Fleet?

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Other Industry Webinars and Information

Industry Webinars

Work Smart. Make Money.

Arrive Logistics and FMSCA & DOT compliance expert, John Seidl of Reliance Partners, provide actionable tips on how you can maximize carrier efficiencies and increase carrier profit. The goal is to increase revenue while controlling four major expenses: Insurance, payroll, fuel and vehicle maintenance.

Fleet Management: How to Reduce Your Cost Per Mile/Hour

How to marry fleet maintenance best practices and the capabilities of Infor EAM to reduce fleets cost per mile/hour. Proper fleet lifecycle management combined with integrations to your fuel management system, SCADA and financials improves overall visibility, efficiency, lowers cost of operation and positively impacts the bottom line. Whether you have 1 or 100,000 fleet vehicles, this on demand webinar will be beneficial for your organization’s balance sheet.

How To Position Your Company For A Successful Insurance Relationship

Learn how to:

  • Create a culture of safety throughout your entire organization
  • Establish driver vetting and training techniques that are thorough and ongoing
  • Use proven technology (video cameras, telematics, etc.) not as a luxury, but as a necessity
  • Foster transparency in all aspects of the insurer/passenger transportation company relationship, including timely claims reporting, notification of operational and/or driver changes, and accepting your insurer as a true loss control partner and regulatory compliance resource.


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