How do you know the total cost of running a fleet is one of the most frequent questions posed to us.
Questions you may ask:
- Which costs should I include in the calculation?
- What are the typical costs involved when running a fleet?
- How do I account for mileage and fuel?
- How can I factor in future benefit in kind taxation rates?
- Can I evaluate costs of running one vehicle against another?
How does it work?
Total cost of ownership (TCO) is the most accurate way of evaluating fleet vehicles and doesn’t have to be complex to calculate or apply to your fleet.
An effective TCO approach brings together the key costs of running your fleet such as Depreciation, Fuel, Taxation, Maintenance and Accident spend to ascertain the total running cost of vehicles and fleet, once this is done it makes different vehicles, products and services much easier to evaluate and compare.
The simple task of calculating TCO often highlights high cost vehicles or drivers and further interrogation of the data can deliver other savings and potential operational efficiencies, our team can review your fleet and calculate TCO for you.