Talk:Fleet management

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Hello, I was under impression that I will be getting much more to read on "Fleet Management". The page talks about some onboard computers which sends the data related to the vehicle. The idea of creating the drivers profile is very exciting. But are these data collecting computers are so accurate that we can collect the actual data and prepare a profile of a driver. Also will these computers are capable to diagnose the health of the vehicle? What about some important documents related to the vehicle? Can we feed the required documents on the onboard computer and driver can get a copy of same whenever required? Instead of holding the paper documents will be acceptable to hold a computer copy?

Yadav M L

Perhaps this article should also mention aircraft fleet management? JPelham (talk) 15:19, 23 April 2012 (UTC)

I would like to see more information specifically around fleet lifecycle management and the additional options available to fleet managers other than disposal - for example, employee sales, online auctions, fleet remarketing, etc. There are a wealth of options available to help fleet managers maximize their return on an end-of-term vehicle and get it off their lots as quickly and seamlessly as possible so that new inventory can be purchased in its place. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:57, 22 April 2013 (UTC)