Penske launches MyFleetatPenske

Jan. 26, 2009
Penske Truck Leasing customers now have an array of Internet tools available to them with the launch of MyFleetatPenske.com

Penske Truck Leasing customers now have an array of Internet tools available to them with the launch of MyFleetatPenske.com.

The site includes practical tools and information Penske account holders can use to maximize fleet efficiency and improve compliance and driver safety, Penske said.

“We want to provide customers with online functionality and information that makes managing their fleet easier,” said Ann Walsh, vp, interactive marketing–Penske Truck Leasing. “MyFleetatPenske.com does just that. We’re pleased to offer our customers this enhanced site and will unveil added functionality and performance enhancement tools throughout the year.”

Lease and contract maintenance customers have access to their fleet’s detailed information and it adds online preventive maintenance appointment scheduling, real-time emergency roadside assistance call status, Penske fuel-stop locations, driver safety training programs, fleet compliance programs, detailed reporting and on-board fleet technology solutions.

Penske will also offer Webinars and performance enhancement tips. Interested customers should call 1-888-234-5339 or their lease sales account executive. To view a free, online demonstration visit: http://www.gopenske.com/activate/press_release.html.

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