Fleet maintenance scheduling for commercial and government fleets

Fleet maintenance vehicle maintenance fleet management systems

Fleet management systems: Networkfleet is introducing Lifecycle Service Management to help automate maintenance scheduling for commercial and government fleets. Lifecycle Service Management provides automatic maintenance reminders and service records that are fully integrated with Networkfleet’s GPS fleet tracking and engine diagnostic monitoring system. This eliminates time-consuming paperwork and ensures timely maintenance to keep vehicles up and running.
Commercial and municipal fleets typically include a mix of vehicle makes and models as well as a variety of vehicle types. Using Networkfleet’s online system, organizations of all sizes can easily set reminders for activities such as oil changes or tune ups for an unlimited number of vehicles. Maintenance reminders are fully configurable and can be set based on engine hours, mileage, calendar time or any combination of these.
In addition, fleet managers can create service records that include what maintenance was performed, by whom and the date it was completed. Once this information is recorded, the maintenance reminder is reset based on the pre-established criteria. Fleet managers can also run service record reports to track maintenance for their entire fleet. The system combines configurable reminders, service record management and Networkfleet’s engine diagnostic monitoring, which sends trouble code alerts directly from the vehicle. This gives fleet managers a complete understanding of fleet health and lifecycle maintenance management.
“Years of experience working with fleets of all sizes and types have helped us create a system that simplifies fleet maintenance scheduling, enabling fleets to be more proactive and accurate in maintaining their fleets,” said Joshua Haims, Executive Vice President for Networkfleet. “Automating fleet maintenance not only keeps vehicles in service longer, it also increases safety for drivers and reduces overall repair costs.”

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