Author David Wilson has launched a new book available in Softback and e-book formats. He wrote this title for fleet owners worried about the rising cost of buying and maintaining vehicles, or perhaps for operators concerned that they may exceed fleet budgets.
‘Some may just be fed up with receiving conflicting advice on how to run vehicles. However, at last, there is an answer to all these issues,’ comments author David Wilson.
David has converted a lifetime’s knowledge of running commercial vehicles and helping others manage their fleets efficiently into simple to understand guidance on the right areas of your fleet to tackle to reduce vehicle costs.
In this book, he looks at how technological developments have shaped the industry today in the last 20 years. He gives expert guidance into how the future is likely to unfold, especially for alternative fuels, to help those about to purchase or replace their fleet take the right decisions, including how best to fund it.
Managing fleet correctly
The mysteries of planning, repairing, and maintaining commercial vehicles for maximum efficiency are uncovered, with some simple tools and techniques to aid in selecting the correct specification for your operation and the bit many people get wrong when to replace vehicles.
There is plenty of helpful advice on fleet management software and telematics, showing what Key Performance Indicators to use to get the absolute best from your systems and fleet. Also included is advice on reducing the cost of essentials such as fuel, AdBlue and oil, not forgetting how to control tyre spending.
Knowledge and guidance about fleet
Detailed advice given throughout the book is helpfully summarised at the end of each chapter, making it easy to know what actions to take to minimise the cost of running your fleet.
A brief foreword is written by Chris Sturman, former CEO of FSDF (The Cold Chain Federation).
This book will provide all those responsible for their transport operations, especially fleet managers and fleet engineers, old and new, with the knowledge and guidance to help them succeed in their roles.
RRP Paperback – £35 and eBook – £30; but for a limited time only, buy at a 30% introductory discount price: paperback – £24.50 and eBook – £21.00. Find it here: https://tinyurl.com/bdfbsr38