Due to the current increases of fuel prices across the global, businesses are looking for alternative methods to boost fuel economy.
We have put together a list of five ways that you can use GPS Tracking to boost your fuel economy.
Let’s check them out;
5 Ways GPS Tracking Can Boost Fuel Economy
1. Stop Speeding
A truck driving 75 miles per hour consumes 27% more fuel than one driving 65 miles per hour. Sticking to the speed limit is one of the biggest ways to save.
2. Reduce Aggressive Driving
Fuel economy could be improved by between 15% and 30% at highway speeds, simply by curbing aggressive driving.
3. Cut Down on Idling
Trucks idling at rest stops burn 0.8 gallons of fuel per hour, totalling 1.1 billion gallons annually across the entire industry.
4. Get More Efficient
Location tracking means that any wayward vehicles can be course-collected faster, saving time and money. Also, over time the quickest routes can be identified by the systems reports, for future efficiency increases.
5. Reduced Overtime
Similarly, overtime hours are tracking, ensuring Fleet Managers will be able to address a situation in real-time rather than learning about a driver’s overtime hours after the fact. We cover more tips like this in our 19 Actionable Tips To Reduce Fuel Costs post.
GPS Vehicle Tracking
Now you know how GPS tracking can boost your fuel economy, let’s find out some more information about the solution.
Kinesis Telematics is the perfect GPS Tracker for business vehicles of all shapes and sizes. With powerful insight and data into a range of fleet metrics from driver behaviour to vehicle performance, it provides a platform to help you enhance your business, increase security, improve productivity and reduce your fleet costs.
Check out what VES Transport said about the system:
“We’ve been so impressed with the system we have ordered an additional five units to complete our fleet”.
ATOM Telematics offers you access to an intuitive and easy-to-use GPS Vehicle Tracking system. Installation doesn’t require any extensive training or technical knowledge, which eliminates vehicle down-time, enabling the device to be moved from one vehicle to another.
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