Michigan manages 21 motor pool sites across the state. Since 2010, Michigan State employees have used the automated system to share 570 vehicles approximately 76,000 times per year, with a daily average between 200-300 uses.
“By incorporating fleet technology into our operations, we are achieving efficiencies we never thought possible.” – The State of Michigan
Scott County has saved over $250K in personal vehicle usage reimbursements. Scott County has significantly reduced the cost of personal vehicle usage by requiring the use of a motor pool vehicle rather than personal vehicles.
“The added convenience of online reservations and streamlined fleet management of the FleetCommander system has boosted morale here at Scott County.” – Scott County, MN
Three of the county's locations are equipped with touch-screen, self-service fleet kiosks, and secure key boxes that distribute and collect keys.
"We now have total control of our vehicles. We can see when some groups have unused vehicles while others must use their own personal vehicles at the county's expense to conduct official business. Sharing vehicles among departments has enabled us to significantly cut POV reimbursements that were a considerable expense to our county.“ -Forsyth County, NC
Rugged conditions are no problem. Kiosk screens are protected from the hot sun and extreme temperatures in the State of Colorado.
“Offering access to vehicles around the clock through a self-service motor pool is a significant service to drivers.” -State of Colorado
The multiple-award-winning fleet of the City of Boise uses an efficient kiosk and key control system that offers ease and convenience to their drivers.
“Boise’s use of our car sharing solution is a testament to their total vision for an efficiently operating fleet, so we are not surprised they are winning awards.” – Agile Fleet President Ed Smith