The fleet vehicle service industry is in the midst of an industry renaissance.
But there are some things to keep in mind.
The first thing is that while there are still a lot of big players in this market, it’s a much smaller market than it used to be.
So, while some fleet vehicle fleets will need to be rebuilt from scratch, others will need a lot more maintenance, and there will likely be fewer fleets altogether.
For example, in the past few years, the number of fleet vehicle repair and service companies has dropped to less than 10 percent of the industry, according to a 2016 study by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
While that’s still a pretty small percentage of the fleet vehicles fleet, the industry is booming.
Fleet vehicle repair services are booming.
The National Association of Fleet Vehicle Service Companies, which represents many of the nation’s fleet vehicle companies, says it is in its third year of expansion.
“With the number and volume of vehicles that we service continuing to grow and with the number that are available for service, it was important to get a larger fleet of vehicles to meet our customers’ needs,” said Todd Schindler, the association’s vice president of marketing.
With that, fleets are becoming smaller and fewer.
A new study by The National Association for Fleet Vehicle Services (NAFVSC) found that fleet vehicle servicing costs have dropped by nearly 50 percent since 2000, but the industry still remains competitive compared to the years before that.
The National Auto Dealers Association (NADA) estimates that fleet vehicles costs are $1.2 billion more today than they were when NADA first launched in 2002.
When NADA launched in 2006, it charged a fixed fee of $75 for an annual service and maintenance contract, and the industry was booming.
Now, fleet vehicle costs are just $17.
That’s down from $25 in 2001.
However, the NADA says there are many reasons why fleet vehicle prices are down.
“In recent years, many of our fleet vehicles have been redesigned and upgraded to provide greater reliability, including in some instances, new vehicle components that offer a greater range of features, a more reliable engine and a wider range of driving experiences,” said NADA CEO Matt O’Connor in a statement.
NADA also notes that the number one reason for fleet vehicle pricing has been “fuel efficiency.”
It is estimated that the average fleet vehicle is 20 percent less fuel efficient than it was 25 years ago.
There’s also a shift in how fleet vehicle owners operate fleets.
While the fleet-owned vehicle fleet is the primary focus of fleet service, many fleet owners now hire fleet vehicles to assist in their daily operations.
In addition to fleet vehicles, fleets include trucking companies and trucking company trucks.
Fleet vehicles are used to deliver goods to retailers and other businesses.
A typical fleet vehicle can carry up to 150 people and is a fleet vehicle with a minimum of one person per vehicle.
Since it’s the only vehicle owned by the owners, the vehicle must also be able to operate as a delivery truck.
Fleet-owned vehicles are also used to haul large freight shipments.
In addition to delivering freight, fleets can be used to load cargo on trailers and haul it to other destinations.
Many fleet vehicle firms are also moving to include truck and rail services in their fleets.
These types of fleets include both truck and freight companies, as well as small businesses and individuals.
And while the fleet fleet is still a major segment of the auto industry, there are more fleet vehicles than ever before.
In the U, fleet vehicles are now used to carry over 100 million vehicles.
They are used for delivering goods and services, such as gas, oil, electricity and more.
Fleets are also growing faster than they have in the last several years.
According to NADA, the average number of vehicles a fleet owner owns has increased by over 60 percent over the past three years.
In the coming years, however, there will be a transition to the newer fleet vehicles.
Some automakers, including Tesla, have announced plans to use their fleet vehicles as self-driving cars.
In that way, they will be able “to save millions of dollars and more in maintenance costs,” O’ Connor said.
Even though there are fewer fleets, there is a growing number of companies in the fleet service industry.
According to the NAA, there have been more than 200 new fleet vehicle manufacturers since 2000.