A fleet vehicle is a car owned by an organization, not an individual. Businesses, non-profit groups, and government agencies have a fleet of vehicles available for specific purposes and are regularly maintained by professionals. When a vehicle reaches a certain age or mileage, it is replaced. A fleet vehicle is any motorized asset of a company to transport people and products, conduct business, or assist in daily activities.
A fleet vehicle can range from a group of service vans, rental cars and taxis to a group of excavators and tractors. In general terms, fleet vehicles are cars, trucks, or other cars owned by a company or organization for official use. Sometimes, fleets are used in delivery services or can be assigned to sales employees or other occupations that require a lot of travel throughout the day. If you have a fleet vehicle, you should check with the fleet owner before canceling any InControl service.
If you have a fleet vehicle, you should check with the fleet owner before renewing any InControl service. Applicants may also be subject to other regulations, including, but not limited to, the Transit Bus Fleet Rule, the Solid Waste Collection Vehicle Rule, or the ATCM for public fleet vehicles. If you have a fleet vehicle, you should check with the fleet owner before replacing the personal SIM.