mck1dad

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Anyone know of a tool I could use, free or otherwise, for determining when a truck in a fleet of trucks has reached a point where it is smarter to buy a ne truck than continue to repair the old truck? I am trying to help with a fleet of 200+ trucks to develop a profile or general rule. I was hoping for an excel spreadsheet that generated several graphs and financial options.

I know there are many vairables to consider in the spreadsheet, some are:
disposal cost or revenue from sale
age
mileage
replacement truck cost
replacement truck financing or lease info
depreciation plan
down time cost of repair days impact on utilization
etc.

Any wizards out there? I could use some help.

Thanks in advance

Mike
 

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