This study mainly focused on the influence of fleet management on organizational performance in Uganda, with specifically focus on Tracker Uganda Limited –Muyenga. Its intention was to establish the effect of fuel management, vehicle repair and maintenance and driver management on organizational performance.The study used a cross-sectional research design to collected data from 56respondents from Tracker Uganda Limited. The findings indicated that there is indeed a very strong positive relationship between fuel management and organizational performance, given the correlation coefficient value of r = 0.971 at significance level p = .000. It was also discovered that there is indeed a very strong relationship between vehicles repair and maintenance and organizational performance.

This was supported by the correlation coefficient value of r = 0.940 at significance level p = .000.Lastly, the finding also indicated that there is indeed a very strong positive relationship between driver management and organizational performance. This relationship was represented by correlation coefficient value of r = 0.980 at significance level p = .000. The study recommends that Tracker Uganda Limited and other businesses in this industry should maintain control over fuel consumption, physical equipment and employ qualified manpower in order to effectively manage theirfleetsto ensure profitable and efficient operation.