4. Only pay for what you need
Another way Fleet Management can help you control your business' costs is by allowing you to only lease the tools you actually need, rather than buying tools outright that you may not need again.
For example, say you buy a circular saw for a particular project, but after the project you no longer need it. By buying it outright, you have made a dent in your finances that could impact your cash flow. But with Fleet Management, you pay for the tool as long as you need it, then can hand it back when you don't - which means no more paying for what you don't use.