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Best Practices for Managing Fuel

Even with lower prices, fuel continues to be among the top costs for fleets. Fleets share some of their best practices to manage fuel.

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Identifying Missed Cost-Cutting Opportunities

Fleet managers can focus too much on the price of the products and services they buy, which can leave some cost-cutting opportunities unexplored.

Real-World Fuel Reduction Strategies

Fleet professionals share their day-to-day and long-term strategies to cut fuel costs through teamwork, efficient operations, and doing a little homework.

10 Fuel Management Strategies That Really Work

It’s in the news again; fuel prices are climbing and fleet managers are looking for ways to manage that largest variable expense. Here are 10 tested strategies that work.

Pros & Cons of TPMS for Class 3-8 Truck Tires

The U.S. Department of Transportation is expected to release its revised medium-truck tire standard (FMVSS No. 119) during the second half of the year. However, it is anticipated that it won’t contain a provision calling for the use of a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) for Class 3-8 commercial trucks. TPMS is an electronic system that monitors the air pressure inside pneumatic tires. Should TPMS be mandated for commercial trucks over 10,000 lbs.? Here are three reasons supporting this.

Saving Fuel: What Works, What Doesn't

Although prices fluctuate, oil prices have reached historic highs, and gasoline prices likely will follow. There are many proven ways to control fuel expense, but some that are circulated may be urban myths.

Using Telematics to Manage Truck Fleets

Fleet managers describe how the ability to track vehicle location, gas consumption, and preventive maintenance has benefited their fleets.