Fleet benchmarking is the process of comparing the performance of a fleet against industry standards, best practices, and other fleet organizations. The goal of
fleet benchmarking is to identify areas for improvement, reduce costs, and improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of a fleet.
Features of Fleet Bench Marking
Comparison of fleet operating costs, including fuel, maintenance, and insurance costs, against industry standards.
Comparison of vehicle utilization, such as average daily mileage, to identify opportunities for optimization and reduce idle time.
Comparison of driver behavior, such as speeding, harsh braking, and idling, against industry standards to improve driver safety and efficiency.
Comparison of fleet maintenance practices and costs against industry standards to identify opportunities for optimization.
Comparison of fleet compliance with regulations, such as Hours of Service (HOS) and emissions standards, against industry standards to ensure compliance and reduce fines and penalties.
Comparison of customer satisfaction and delivery times against industry standards to improve customer service and satisfaction.
Fleet benchmarking can be performed using internal data and information, as well as industry benchmark data and reports. The results of benchmarking can be used to identify areas for improvement, implement best practices, and measure the results of changes made to a fleet.