How GPS Fleet Tracking Can Reduce Fuel Costs For Your Business
Companies that rely on vehicle fleets are more susceptible to rising fuel prices than most businesses. Not only do they have multiple vehicles that rely on gasoline or diesel fuel to service their customers, they have an entire staff of drivers, and the responsibility to see that those drivers are making the most efficient use of their vehicles and their time. Without close supervision and sophisticated monitoring systems to control these factors, they are in danger of losing serious amounts of profits due to these unmanaged costs.
"According to Ford Motor Company, every hour that a vehicle is idling is the equivalent of approximately 25 miles of driving. Contrary to popular belief, the U.S. Environmental Protections Agency (EPA) states that restarting an engine uses no more fuel than 30 seconds of idling and has very little harmful impact on vehicle components. So, when drivers use their vehicles as “climate control,” it costs businesses money."
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