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2018: Most Read Articles

By January 3, 2019News

The past twelve months of AfMA News has been a journey of education, innovation and exploration for our members, guests and supporters with 272 articles posted and thousands of page view calculated across 2018. With the New Year taking shape, here’s a look back at our top 10 most read stories that resonated with our audience in 2018:

Top 10 most read stories for 2018:

  1. New mobile camera detection laws coming to NSW
  2. 3 new Toyota Hilux models set to enter the market
  3. Hyundai i30 model upgrade – what’s new?
  4. FBT change could benefit business
  5. 7 terrifying reasons not to use your phone while driving
  6. Hydrogen Mobility Australia announces establishment and CEO
  7. 8 tips for a smooth telematics implementation
  8. Auckland Council to reduce fleet costs by $500,000 through new efficiency plan
  9. A perfect storm is bearing down on fleet
  10. Speedometer or GPS – which speed is correct?

In 2019 we want to further advocate for change within the industry, whether that be through providing fleet managers with better tools to improve their fleet with the incoming launch of AfMA’s Whole Cost of Life Calculator, through our premier 2019 Australasian Fleet Coference and Exhibition, or through our bimonthly FleetDrive e-magazine.

The Australasian Fleet Management Association is committed to educating and informing the industry of the latest fleet news, views and opinions and actively seeks the contributions of our members, guests and connections. In 2019 we are proud to launch our AfMA Fleet News & Suggestions Hub where members can post and share things that are happening within their organisation as an opportunity for education and further awareness.

This is a unique opportunity for us all to collectively network and share the things happening at the ground level, and then use that information to advocate change at industry and government level. It’s also an opportunity for organisations to develop brand awareness and potentially find a new audience within the fleet space.

If you have story ideas or have areas within the sector of fleet management that you would like to be covered further by AfMA in 2019, click here.

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