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May 2016, Government Fleet - Feature

Conquer Your Fuel System Implementation

Photo courtesy of City of Toronto.

By Shelley Ernst

Implementing a fuel management system takes work. But with the ability to reduce fuel theft and yield valuable data for preventive maintenance, working to overcome those challenges can pay off.

Tags: Fuel Management, Fleet Management Software, FuelMaster, Driver Training, Mileage Reports

June 2012, Government Fleet - Feature

Fleet Project Management: Constructing a Fueling Facility

Analyze whether an above-ground or underground storage tank is best. Pictured is an OPW FlexWorks Loop System underground fuel delivery system.

By Steve Riley

From location, to environmental considerations, to the type of fuel to dispense, this article addresses key considerations fleet mangers must take into account when planning the construction of a fueling facility.

Tags: Fuel Management, Alternative Fuels, Fueling Facility

June 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

Seattle Maximizes Technology to Improve Operations

The City of Seattle retrained employees on the existing technology systems to ensure the resources were being used to their full potential.

By Stephen Bennett

Today’s technology can provide a number of advantages, but only when used as intended and to maximum potential. By identifying how to fully utilize its information technology system, the City of Seattle was able to increase efficiency in its operations and achieve savings.

Tags: technology, Fuel Management, Information Technology, Public Sector, Equipment

January 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

Incentivizing Drivers to Conserve Fuel

Polk County, Fla., affixed decals to the rear of its vehicles to alert fellow motorists that County drivers observe 55 mph speed limits.

By Bob Stanton

Fuel is the No. 1 fleet operating expense. Polk County, Fla., achieved favorable results by addressing one of the main, yet overlooked sources of rising fuel consumption — the driver.

Tags: Polk County, Fuel Management, Driver Safety

January 2011, Government Fleet - Feature

Pros and Cons of ‘Right-Sizing’ Vehicles to Increase Fuel Economy

By Joe Bohn

Reducing vehicle fuel consumption and increasing fuel economy is one of the top challenges for fleet. However, some veteran fleet managers caution to research before buying.

Tags: Fuel Management, Rightsizing, Gasoline-Electric Hybrids

November 2010, Government Fleet - Cover Story

Top 10 Challenges Facing Public Sector Fleets in CY-2011

By Mike Antich

Budget is the No.1 challenge facing public sector fleets. Everything a fleet does revolves around money — equipment, facilities, staff, vehicles, parts, tools, fuel, etc. Other challenges include extended cycling, resources to maintain aging assets, and staff burn-out.

Tags: Green, Operating Costs, Outsourcing, Vehicle Replacement, Fleet Budget, Vehicle Purchase, Staffing, Fuel Management

November 2010, Government Fleet - Feature

Mythbusters: Fleet Edition

Tires filled with nitrogen retain their pressure better, keeping moisture out and ultimately extending tire life. But for small fleets, Hunt’s team couldn’t justify the cost of adding a proprietary fill station.

By Tariq Kamal

A veteran fleet manager and his team of experts identify several common myths that may be costing your fleet.

Tags: Maintenance, Engine Oil, Fuel Management, Tires

July 2010, Government Fleet - Feature

How to Perform a Fuel Reconciliation

This formula can be used when conducting a bulk fuel reconciliation summary.

By Cheryl Knight

Managing fuel inventory remains top of mind for government fleets around the globe. Performing regular fuel reconciliations will help managers fully account for what they’ve paid for.

Tags: Fuel Theft, Fuel Management

June 2010, Government Fleet - Feature

Bright Ideas: Fuel Management

By Staff

Applying basic best practices such as right-sizing and idling reduction are effective approaches to trimming fuel costs. Using a web-based data management system, purchasing fuel-efficient vehicles, and relocating a key fueling station are other ways to reduce fuel consumption and man-hours.

Tags: Fueling Station, Bright Ideas, Fuel Management, Alternative Fuels

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