GPS / Telematics

City's Telematics to Reduce Fuel Use By 10%

March 03, 2015

The City of Crown Point, Ind., will roll out telematics to its fleet, including police cars and snow plows, the Chicago Tribune reported.

The city made the decision after a 60-day pilot that showed it could save 10-15% of the approximately $100,000 it spends annually in fuel costs.

The city chose Verizon Networkfleet as its vendor, and it expects not only fuel costs savings, but also improved vehicle maintenance.

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