Truck Fleet Resources

The commercial cartage, custom delivery and over-the-road segments of the automotive fleet industry are well-served by numerous dedicated trade associations and other resources. The vast majority of fleets operating today are small- to medium-sized vocational fleets. Their primary business is to manage vehicles that support their operations. The vocational fleet industry is inherently diverse and segmented. As a result, vocational fleet owners and operators have few outside resources to assist and guide them in the overall management of their fleet. NTEA supports commercial truck fleets with the resources and information they need.

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The vocational fleet resources and information provided can assist you with managing your operations and mitigating risks. Benefits to your organization include:

  • Risk management principles
  • Productivity and engineering guidelines
  • Truck buying and building resources
  • Quick access to relevant standards
  • Government links
  • Other useful vocational fleet content.

Vocational vehicles are critical tools that should be designed for the task they are intended to perform. Properly specifying, operating and maintaining each vehicle in your fleet can reduce risk exposure.

Fleet Affiliation e-newsletter

Fleet Affiliation is a monthly publication for fleet professionals in the work truck industry.

On-site Training

Looking to improve the spec'ing and design of your work trucks? Be sure to check out NTEA's On-site Training for Commercial, Utility and Government Fleets where expert presenters, all qualified engineers, deliver real-world strategies and practical techniques that are immediately applicable. Courses focus on vocational vehicle specifications and design training.

Fleet Risk Management

Risk management in conjunction with the ownership/operation of a vocational fleet goes far beyond complying with the minimum insurance requirements and local vehicle registration and inspection requirements.

Fleet Engineering and Productivity

Learn how to optimize overall costs of ownership  and the productivity of vocational fleet vehicles. The key is that each vehicle must be matched to the intended application and must be properly designed.

Regulatory Requirements

Review basic regulatory requirements for all commercial vehicles operating in interstate commerce, as mandated by federal agencies.

Fleet Certification Opportunities

NTEA is proud to endorse the following training and certification programs administered by the NAFA Fleet Management Association: CAFM (Certified Automotive Fleet Manager) and CAFS (Certified Automotive Fleet Specialist).

Learn more by viewing our truck fleet resources brochure or contact NTEA Fleet Relations Director Chris Lyon at or 248-479-8196.

NTEA truck fleet resources
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