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Longer Hold Times — Lower Costs?

While depreciation might drop off a cliff and then slide gradually down as a car ages, depreciation is only one factor in the operating cost of a fleet vehicle. When all eight cost factors are calculated, including costs that increase and decrease over time, the Vincentric data shows that operating costs per year don’t move in a straight line.

March 4, 2014

Running your fleet vehicles longer isn't always the most cost-effective choice.

Tags: Maintenance, Vincentric, Vehicle Depreciation, Mileage, Vehicle Repairs, Fuel

Author: Chris Brown | Posted @ Tuesday, March 4, 2014 12:00 AM | » Comments(0)



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