Here are some common questions your fellow fleet operators are asking along with Toyota's answers.
A: We define a fleet customer having 10 or more units in operation in order to qualify for a Toyota Fleet I.D. Number; they don't even need to be Toyota's.
A: Just visit fleet.toyota.com via the internet, look up "How to apply for a Fleet ID?" under the resources tab, and complete the 3-step process described in the website.
A: Ed Allen can custom-order fleet category vehicles if you have 10 or more vehicles in service and have a Toyota Fleet ID number. See Ed for current Fleet incentives and product availability.
A: We have national working relationships with Weather Guard, Adrian Steel, Tommy Gate and A.R.E. Our commercial fleet dealers may have additional fleet equipment relationships that can provide for all your vehicle upfit requirements.
A: Business retail customers with less than 10 units in operation qualify for prevailing retail incentives. Consult Ed Allen at Sport City Toyota for details.
A: Contact Ed Allen at Sport City Toyota. Vehicles can be purchased directly from the Sport City inventory to meet your business needs.
A: If you have a fleet of 10 or more vehicles and a Toyota Fleet ID Number, We can order vehicles that can be drop-shipped to Toyota Executive Delivery (TED) dealers throughout the continental United States.
A: Contact Ed Allen for more information on commercial fleet financing.
A: Toyota Financial Services offers a variety of retail finance, open- and closed-end leases and balloon financing. Contact Ed Allen for details.