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Cost Control is Constrained Without Driver Buy-in

January 1, 2017

The fundamental requirements of your business necessitates minimum fleet equipment specifications that, as a result, pre-define the expense parameters from both a fixed and operating cost perspective. If you acquire vehicle assets that best fulfill your fleet application, then any supplemental cost reduction will only be based on incremental refinements The best way to achieve additional cost reduction is by modifying driver behavior.

Tags: Driver Behavior, Eco-Driving, Truck Fleet, Fleet Policy, Operating Costs

Author: Mike Antich | Posted @ Sunday, January 1, 2017 3:31 PM | » Comments(1)

No Silver Bullet to Fleet Emission Reductions

November 8, 2012

Vehicle fleets are key contributors to a company’s overall greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but they do offer a way to make quick emissions reductions. Since most companies replace approximately one-third of their fleet vehicles each year, they can structure selectors to favor more fuel-efficient models; however, there is a limit to this strategy. The reality is that there is no single silver bullet to fleet emissions reduction — it requires a multi-pronged approach.

Tags: Telematics, Spec'ing, Eco-Driving, Fuel Management, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Anti-Idling

Author: Mike Antich | Posted @ Thursday, November 8, 2012 12:00 AM | » Comments(3)

The Melding of Driver Safety and Fleet Sustainability Initiatives

September 6, 2012

There are many similarities between eco-driving techniques and safe-driving techniques. In fact, there’s a direct correlation between safe driving and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It’s been proven: the safer the driver, the lower the GHG emissions.

Tags: Eco-Driving, Distracted Driving, Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Author: Mike Antich | Posted @ Thursday, September 6, 2012 12:00 AM | » Comments(2)

Modifying Driver Behavior: The 'Last Mile' in Greening a Fleet

September 2, 2011

If you are constrained by equipment limitations, the "last mile" to achieving corporate sustainability objectives is modifying driver behavior. This is possibly the greatest opportunity available to fleet managers to green their fleets.

Tags: Driver Behavior, Eco-Driving, Green, Sustainability

Author: Mike Antich | Posted @ Friday, September 2, 2011 12:00 AM | » Comments(2)

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