Operating Costs Increase After Remaining Flat for Five Years

Written By: Eric Goldfisher, Content Manager

Calendar-year 2018 marks the first time in five consecutive years that fleet operating costs have increased, primarily due to higher gasoline and diesel prices, higher maintenance labor costs, and price increases for replacement tires. This, along with other findings, is revealed in Automotive Fleet’s 27th annual operating cost survey. Merchants Fleet was one of several survey partners.

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