Three important issues are addressed in a contract: performance, costs and law. The performance clause in the contract sets out the responsibilities of both parties. Cost factors are specific program costs, usually per vehicle. These include vehicle prices, depreciation and administrative costs for suppliers and programs. The legal consequences should also be formulated in such a way that both parties clearly understand the increase in a breach of the terms of contract. The customer ensures that users of the device are trained and have appropriate licenses. Devices must operate safely and not be misused. Inspections are carried out before and after the trip and all problems are reported to the service provider. Identify measurable goals Performance requirements should be included in each contract with a fleet supplier. Performance-based repositories ensure success not only for you, but also for the supplier. The contract is a partnership between you and your fleet supplier.
As with all major partnerships, both sides need to work this relationship. The contract aims to clarify how the service provider will act: the factors that influence the level of performance can be divided into four categories: a good fleet service provider should come to you with new ideas and new programs. How a program is communicated with you is as important as what is communicated. Analyze how each proposal can help you achieve your fleet and business goals. Be careful when adding programs that can cost more with little or no performance. Analyze them before adding them to your contract. 5 page 5 out of 24. City Transit Services Service Level Agreement Sample Comfort System Exterior Body and Components Tires and Wheels Access Doors Engine and Oil Filter Ball Joints/ Steering/ Drive Line (Lubricate). Battery Cooling System Purifiers / Sheaths/ Sheasses/ Wiring Under Hood / Exhaust System Fluids Replacement Wheelchair And Accessories License plates / Registration / Manual Operators Manual Brakes Operating Rolls / Control Waves Shocks/Differential Springs Differential engines Tune-up Alternator and Air conditioning filters Check A-1 Automotive must be certified in wheelchair elevators and fastening devices to perform sufficient inspections in these areas. If A-1 Automotive is not certified in these areas, training is provided to obtain certification. Financials City Transit Services is committed to transferring A-1 automotive services to per year.
Standards and performance should be reviewed quarterly and, where appropriate, due to changing needs or circumstances, service standards will be adapted to new expectations. This ensures that the customer and supplier constantly check their performance. Continuously check the actual historical data. A systematic discussion with your fleet service provider contributes to the use of objective information to determine the best way to improve the reliability of services. Performance levels define asset performance targets in terms of reliability, quantity, quality, responsiveness, safety, capacity, environmental impact, comfort, affordability and compliance with legislation.