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The Greening of Madison

The Greening of Madison

In eco-friendly and budget-conscious Madison, Wis., the fleet superintendent finds innovative solutions to effectively manage the fleet, while remaining environmentally conscious.

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15 Ways to Save Fuel

Although fuel prices continue to hit record highs, you can take action to maximize fuel efficiency. Here are 15 suggestions for better fuel economy and best practices from fleet operators.

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Ames For A Greener Fleet

Ames For A Greener Fleet

The City of Ames, Iowa, hits the target on creating a fuel-efficient fleet by experimenting with a wide array of makes and models.

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The City of Fayetteville Converts to Biodiesel

B-100 biodiesel is received via tanker, into heated and insulated storage tanks, direct from the...

After several years in the making, the City of Fayetteville, Ark.’s attempts to convert its diesel-powered vehicles to biodiesel have become a reality. Last June, out of 545 fleet vehicles, 52 percent were converted to biodiesel.

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Midwest Area Sales Manager, Public Sector

Amin Amini from Verizon Connect

Midwest Area Sales Manager, Public Sector

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Chief Operating Officer

Jack Firriolo

Chief Operating Officer

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Senior Vice President and General Manager

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX

Senior Vice President and General Manager

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Executive Vice President of eDriving

Ed Dubens

Executive Vice President of eDriving

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Focusing on Fleet Management

Using FuelFocus and FleetFocus, three public sector fleets have managed to control fleet costs, monitor all fuel transactions online and in real-time, and improve overall efficiency.

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High Cost of Fuel Increases Operating Costs

High Cost of Fuel Increases Operating Costs

Fleet operating costs have increased, but at a slower pace than 2006. Across all vehicle segments, this increase was directly attributable to increased fuel costs, with a domino effect for other oil-based products such as tires.