Fuel Management


Certified CNG Cylinder Inspectors Needed in U.S. and Worldwide

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In order to ensure a positive safety record of storing compressed natural gas (CNG) onboard motor vehicles in the United States, the U.S. Department of Transportation requires that all CNG cylinders be inspected once every three years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first) and sometimes more often under special circumstances.


300 Fleet Manager Across North Carolina Meet to Cut Fleet-Vehicle Emissions

GREENSBORO, N.C. – More than 300 fleet managers from governments across North Carolina gathered in Greensboro Apr. 18 to learn about alternative fuels and new fuel-saving technologies to cut emissions from vehicles.


City of Ukiah Adds Hybrids to its Fleet

UKIAH, CA – The City of Ukiah, Calif., has bought four Toyota hybrid vehicles to add to its expanding alternative-fuel fleet.


First Public E-85 Station Opens in Florida

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The first public E85 retail station in the state of Florida has opened. The Inland Food Store at 3500 North Monroe in Tallahassee is the location of this first public E85 station in the Florida.


Citizen Group Proposes to Run Part of Greenwich Fleet on CNG

GREENWICH, CT – Residents and members of the Greenwich town legislature are pitching a plan to town officials to run part of the town's fleet on natural gas to reduce air pollution.


Minnesota Governor Getting New Vehicle Fueled by E-85

MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is replacing his gasoline-powered Chevy Suburban with a Suburban that runs on 85-percent ethanol, E-85. The state will take delivery on the new black Suburban in November.


Allen County May Consider Acquiring E-85 Fleet Vehicles

FT. WAYNE, IN — Allen County Council member Roy Buskirk has recommended that the county investigate buying vehicles that run on ethanol-based fuel when replacing old cars.


Berkeley Planning to Buy Hybrid Cars for City Fleet

BERKELEY, CA — Berkeley city council members recently voted to authorize the purchase of new hybrid cars to update the city's sedan fleet.


The Benefits of Installing a Fleet Fuel Management Program

Let’s face it. Fluctuating fuel prices averaging just below the $2 per gallon mark are forcing some fleet managers to rethink their budgets. Adopting a tax-exempt fuel management program can help your operation save money.

As fuel costs continue to fluctuate, find ways to best keep your expenses under control. With constant new fuel technology and methods emerging, find out what is best for your fleet and what should be avoided. Below, finds news and information regarding oil and gasoline trends, fuel strategies, resale channels and vehicle residuals.

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