As a fleet manager, you already know that fuel costs are one of your biggest variable expenses. That’s been especially true as gas prices have increased to near-record levels. Still, there are things you can do to manage fleet fuel costs and keep those expenses in check. Integrating these five tips into your day-to-day fuel strategy can save you up to 15% on your bill. Let’s take a look. Read More
The reality for many small- and mid-sized field services businesses? The increase in fuel costs and disruptions to the supply chain has made it that much harder to stay afloat. When a single lawn service crew is spending $100 per day on fuel—and adding clients usually translates into even more driving—the path to profits just gets longer.
With fuel costs double where they were just a year ago, finding ways to reduce consumption and increase efficiency are no doubt at the top of every fleet manager’s to-do list. With sophisticated fleet management solutions like those from GPS Trackit, those jobs are easier than ever before.
For truckers in the Northeast, it will come as no surprise that I-95 in Fort Lee has once again given New Jersey the dubious distinction of having the worst traffic bottlenecks in the nation. It’s the fourth year in a row a New Jersey location has earned that “honor” which makes the Garden State one of the most difficult for fleet operators to navigate.