By Crystal Jeffers


Managing a fleet is no small task. On top of organizing drivers, handling invoices,and overseeing operations, there are vehicle inspections, maintenance, and repairs to worry about. As if that weren’t enough, when a truck fails in the field, there are customers to call, contingency plans to coordinate, and uncertainties around when your vehicle will be operable again. The last thing you want is to get that call from a stranded driver. This sentiment is shared among fleets in the industry for all applications. And this is where the concept of uptime has become so popular.