Join E3 Fleet! No matter your sector, nature your work or size of your fleet, E3 Fleet offers good value for money. You can sign up for Fleet Review and Fleet Rating services when you choose, and your whole team gains access to resources in our E3 Fleet Toolkit.
Read about membership and services. Fees are affordable and payable online at your option.
Steps to a Rating
Yes, you can be E3 rated! Here’s how to get ready.
All E3 Fleet members are welcome to qualify for an E3 Fleet Rating. Take a look at the basic steps, and feel free to to learn more.
1. Participate in an E3 Fleet Review
To qualify for Rating, you will need two years of data to establish a baseline and a comparison year review of your fleet.
Sign up for an E3 Fleet Review, Level I (Operational Profile) to establish a fuel efficiency and emissions baseline for your fleet. All on-road fleet vehicles must be included in the Level I Fleet Review report for rating purposes. Level II and Level III reports are not required for an E3 Fleet Rating, but fleets are encouraged to complete these levels also, if data is available. The custom reports generated during the review will help you identify areas for improvement in advance of being rated.
To sign up for a Fleet Review and Fleet Rating, your organization must be an E3 Fleet member. To join E3 Fleet, renew your membership or to request a Fleet Review or Rating service, sign up today. For a look at applicable costs, see Fees.
2. Complete the E3 Fleet Rating Checklist
To assess your readiness to be rated, complete the E3 Fleet Rating Checklist which sets out the basic rating requirements. Further details and guidance on the rating system can be found in the E3 Fleet Handbook.
3. Organize your Records and Request a Site Audit
Once you have taken action to maximize your fleet’s performance and are confident it will meet E3 Rating requirements, request an on-site visit by an approved E3 auditor. Prepare the documentation outlined in the verification sections of the Handbook. Be prepared to provide a copy of this documentation to the auditor.
4. Arrange a Pre-Audit Consultation
An E3 Fleet representative will arrange a telephone meeting to walk through the E3 Fleet Rating Requirements with you, ensure that you and your team are ready for the audit, and make arrangements for a site visit.
5. Site and Records Audit
The auditor will visit your facilities to meet with your team and discuss your fleet management practices and accomplishments. He or she will review your checklist and all supporting documentation to ensure the E3 Fleet Rating Requirements have been met. The audit should take no longer than one full day for one location.
6. Recommendation for an E3 Fleet Rating
If your fleet meets rating standards, as verified in the audit, the auditor will recommend an E3 Rating (Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum) for the fleet.
7. E3 Fleet Rating Awarded
Once the auditor’s report is reviewed and approved, the E3 Fleet program will award the rating (Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum) and publicize the accomplishment on the E3 Fleet website. Your organization receives an official E3 Fleet award for corporate headquarters or fleet facilities.
8. Communicate Accomplishments
An E3 Fleet Rating is an important accomplishment, and fleets are encouraged spread the word. The E3 Fleet program will assist a fleet in promoting the accomplishment in the community and with other fleets. Fleets will also have the opportunity to purchase official E3 Fleet flags, vehicle decals and other material.
9. Renewal of Rating
To maintain an E3 Fleet Rating, a fleet must renew the rating at least every two years. If the fleet has improved performance and wants to seek a higher rating, it can request a new audit before expiry of the two years.
FLEET RATING HANDBOOK
The E3 Fleet Rating System Handbook tells you everything you need to know about rating requirements and how to prepare your fleet to qualify. It’s available to E3 Fleet members. Check it out!