Design and implementation of a vehicle fleet management system – a case study of ITC, Owerri



Abstract Motor vehicle administration is a composite process and revolves around the management and the control of motor licensing. Vehicle management is the payment of a fee for the use of motor vehicles on public roads. Vehicle management in Nigeria began over 100 years ago starting from the colonial administration and the records then were manually kept which did not help in raising the efficiency of the general automotive services. Motor vehicle licensing system, on the other hand, is a phenomenon that is still estranged to the Nigerian terrains. Though many western countries e.g. the United States of America and some Asian countries have implemented online licensing in one form or the other, it is yet to gain popularity in this part of the world. The obvious merit of a computerized fleet management system prompted this research project to see ways of integrating our vehicle for speed, efficiency, reliability and customer satisfaction. This work was designed to aid the framework for a client-server distributed database system for licensing and registration of automobiles in Nigeria. The project integrated the three government agencies empowered by law for vehicle fleet and registration. The system was implemented using visual basic.

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