The pandemic has taken the rising interest in the home delivery market from steady growth to an exponential trajectory.
According to Omnitracs, 47% of consumers had groceries, beverages, or other products delivered for the first time. Many industry experts say that this isn’t just a temporary increase and that the market had been pointing this way for a long time, it was simply accelerated by the onset of the pandemic. At the basic level, many consumers appreciate and enjoy the convenience of delivery service.
New Delivery Trends
Impact on Trucking
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Enterprise Truck Rental Solutions:
Enterprise Telematics powered by Geotab is available for all our rental vehicles and to any company looking to onboard telematics for their trucks. Enterprise offers three-tiered programs that comply with the ELD Mandate or can be used by companies who want to find ways to run their fleets smarter, safer, and more efficiently. Visit our Telematics Page to learn more about our program, or ask your local truck rental representative when you rent.
Company culture of safety is not a new concept for organizations, but there’s a lot of attention on the efforts surrounding the topic. Companies who prioritize their attitudes, objectives, policies, and procedures supporting the entire operation around safety are thought to have a culture of safety.
The practices are executed from the chief officer level all the way to the front-line workers and drivers.
Reasons to move to a Safety Culture
The Enterprise Difference
If your company is waiting for new vehicles to arrive to add to your fleet, or your company is experiencing high demand and has a need to add commercial trucks or vans to your fleet today, contact Enterprise Truck Rental to fill those needs. Whether you need a truck for a week, a month, or longer, our local Enterprise Truck Rental experts can customize a solution for your business.
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As a mobility and transportation expert, we understand that your business needs may require you to buy a truck. Enterprise has nationwide inventory of late-model well-maintained, commercial vehicles to fit your needs.
Search our inventory by the truck classes we offer:
Enterprise has inventory across the country of our used, well-maintained commercially equipped vehicles. If you're in the market for a used commercial vehicle and want to speak to our Sales Staff about finding the right one to fit your needs, call us at 1 877 4-trk-sales (1-877-487-5725) or Contact Us.
Enterprise Truck Rental is opening new locations across the U.S.
Here are a few of our newest branches - our local, dedicated Enterprise Truck Rental employees are ready to help your business with a custom rental program.
Already have a rental program with Enterprise? We're glad to be your new neighbor with a truck. Select your branch below or choose from our hundreds of other locations to begin renting today!
|Kingman, AZ||Mentor, OH|
|Sunnyvale, CA||Mansfield, OH|
|Los Angeles, CA||Beaverton, OR|
|Kahului, HI||Tomball, TX|
|Bowling Green, KY||Amarillo, TX|
|London, KY||Houston, TX|
|Farmington, MO||El Paso, TX|
|Fayetteville, NC||Sterling, VA|
|Saint Clairsville, OH||Shoreline, WA|
|Dover, DE||Waukesha, WI|
"One of the primary ways the FMCSA enforces its highway safety regulations is through compliance reviews. These historically have been on-site audits of a motor carrier’s records, including those pertaining to insurance, driver qualification, hours-of-service, drug/alcohol testing, and more. Depending on the size of the carrier, these audits could last weeks on end and frequently result in the issuance of one of three safety ratings: satisfactory, conditional, or unsatisfactory.
As federal agencies go, the FMCSA is a relatively small one, so getting out to physically audit any significant number of motor carriers each year has always been a struggle. This has led the agency to develop systems and processes — namely its Compliance, Safety, Accountability or CSA, program — to prioritize carriers for enforcement based primarily on their roadside inspection performance. Carriers with a higher frequency of roadside violations than their peers are more likely to be targeted for an audit."
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With your operation, you have options to enhance how you empower drivers and simultaneously track and educate them on their risky behavior.
Telematics helps companies do that.
In today's world, drivers are likely busier than ever before - and have increasingly more distractions while behind the wheel. This may be contributing to risky behavior or unsafe practices while operating the vehicle.
Continue reading at Geotab.com to learn more about using Telematics to mitigate risky behavior.