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Andre R

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More information would be helpful. How is your pricing the problem? When trying to get into fleets, is your first question to the person in charge is are you unhappy with your current vendor? What would you do differently if you had the chance, what is the biggest pain you have when dealing with fleet maintenance? All these are discussion points to which you should have compelling answers/discussion points. If the only thing that is discussed is price and the value of doing things correctly is not part of that equation I would say move on to another fleet.

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