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Safety, Sustainability, and Fuel Efficiency Are Synergistic

Safety, Sustainability, and Fuel Efficiency Are Synergistic

Three challenges consistently high on the list for many fleet managers — improving driver safety, mitigating the high cost of fuel, and complying with corporate pressures to reduce fleet’s contribution to the company’s global carbon footprint.

January 2, 2019

Make Your 'New and Improved' 10 Times Better

Make Your 'New and Improved' 10 Times Better

Companies that want to succeed and thrive must strive for 10-times better technology, because slight incremental improvements mean no improvement at all for the end user.

February 19, 2016

Fleet Savings: Begin with the End in Mind

Sticker prices make it easy to compare a vehicle’s cost. But, the key to fleet savings is in the finer print — of maintenance, repair, depreciation, taxes, insurance, and more. There are a number of steps that can help you choose the right fuel for your fleet vehicles to save you money.

January 20, 2015

The Danger of Lower Fuel Prices

The recent drop in fuel prices has been as breathtaking as earlier run-up in prices. If sustained, these reduced fuel prices will begin to make a dent in overall fleet fuel expenditures.

December 5, 2014

The Alternative Fuel Future Has Arrived

It’s no secret that alternative fuel technology has been available to fleets for decades. Yet fueling with gasoline and diesel remains the norm for most mainstream fleets. There are a number of factors fleet managers should consider when it comes to making a fueling decision for tomorrow.

November 21, 2014

15 Factors Putting Downward Pressure on Fleet Operating Costs

For the second consecutive year, total fleet operating costs have remained flat for commercial fleets when compared to the prior year. This blog identifies the 15 factors that are putting downward pressure on fleet operating costs.

October 20, 2014

Will Fuel Overtake Depreciation to Become the No.1 Fleet Expense?

The recent breathtaking increase in gasoline and diesel prices gives us a reality check as to how quickly fuel can dramatically increase fleet operating expenses. With fuel prices at a near all-time high and ongoing strong resale values decreasing depreciation costs, will fuel costs overtake depreciation as the No. 1 fleet expense in 2012, as it almost did in 2006?

March 20, 2012