Posted by admin in Efficiency, GPS Systems, Uncategorized
on Sep 12th, 2011 | 0 comments
With all impending signals pointing to continual higher fuel prices, a GPS fleet tracking system that helps you better manage your fuel expenses has never been more necessary
When you use a GPS tracking system that is used in combination with your internal policies and oversight, you should expect at 10%-25% decrease in fuel usage from your fleet and the better you manage the program, the bigger the gain.
Six Best Practices to Control Fuel Expenses
1. Minimize Idle Time
Idling has quite an impact on miles-per-gallon (MPG), because the engine is burning fuel when the vehicle is not moving. Research...