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Money-Saving Tips to Keep Your Business Vehicles Cost Efficient

If you or your employees need a set of wheels during your workday, then it’s time to invest in a business vehicle. Whether you are delivering or providing house calls, having a professional vehicle that you can keep within your business’s purview is a great strategy to improve your brand identity and to help keep your costs focused. 

There are so many ways to keep your business vehicle as cost-efficient as possible, and this guide will help you identify a few key methods to integrate into your own business today.

Buy Used 

One of the best ways to keep your business vehicle costs as low as possible is to buy used. There are so many incredible options, like the used vans Christchurch offers for their local businesses. Used vans come in various shapes and sizes, and regardless of what your needs are, there will almost always be a used option that better suits your budget needs. 

It’s easy to make a mismatched fleet of vehicles look uniform as well with advertising wrapping. Simply wrap your vehicles with the same branding, and you can offer a consistent brand message and identity without the worry of keeping every vehicle you buy for your business aesthetically uniform. 

Negotiate Before Buying

Before you buy, always negotiate. If you need to buy two vehicles at once, this can be a very powerful negotiation tool and can help you secure a better deal on the upfront cost and the financing deal you are looking at. 

Buying at the end of the month or quarter is another great way to potentially gain greater negotiation power, but it depends on whether the salesperson or dealership has reached its targets for that period yet or not. 

Above all, be ready to walk away. This is a great negotiating tactic, especially if you have a competitor to visit. 

Use Smart Travel Tools to Reduce Running Costs 

There are many ways that you can save on running costs, and one of the best ways to get started with is to use smarter travel tools. These tools, even simple, free ones like Google Maps, can offer the best route to take based on live traffic updates. 


You can also have your drivers make deliveries or do their driving primarily at night when there are fewer vehicles on the road. 


Both options help to reduce idling and can improve fuel economy (and your running costs). 

Keep Your Vehicles in Good Condition 


Regularly clean your business vehicles inside and out. Depending on the size of the commercial vehicles you operate, you will also need to perform health and safety checks on your vehicles before your employees head out for the day. For example, large vehicles that have safety caps on their wheels will need to be checked to ensure that the wheels are securely in position before the vehicle can be driven. 

Regularly tuning up your vehicle, keeping it clean, and checking it for safety issues on a daily basis can keep your vehicles working smoothly without needing repair, and, in turn, will help you save big on each vehicle’s lifespan. 

Fry Electronics Team

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