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Indiana City Switches to Propane Autogas for Cost Savings

The City of Hammond, Ind., is switching its fleet to propane autogas bi-fuel vehicles as part of an effort to save $26 million over the next 15 years.

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How to Implement a Fuel Hedging Program

Fleets can manage the risk of rising fuel prices with financial instruments known as fuel hedges.

Gas vs. Diesel: The Bad Investment Only Fleet Managers Know About

A major point of debate in fleet management is using diesel vs. gas. Choosing to purchase gasoline engines instead of diesel ones for medium-duty trucks may be an unpopular decision, but it’s the right one.

Fleet Management 2025 Forecast: New Vehicle Purchasing

Government-mandated CAFE standards are exerting pressure on OEMs to develop smaller, more lightweight models and add more alt-fuel vehicles and hybrids to their lineups. Lower fuel costs will shift TCO focus to depreciation.

HVAC Service Fleet Chooses Bi-Fuel Propane Autogas

The Elk Grove Village, Ill., HVAC company recently converted 90 percent of its fleet to gasoline/LPG bi-fuel systems, significantly reducing fuel and maintenance costs.

Using Car Sharing Services to Green Your Fleet

Car sharing can be an environmentally and financially responsible option for fleet managers. Car sharing services and vehicle sharing technologies can help increase fleet utilization while reducing both fleet size and environmental impact.

Pro-Vend 2000 Propane Autogas Dispenser

The Pro-Vend 2000 propane autogas fuel dispenser features a secure, web-based fuel management system for creating customizable fuel reports. Made by Superior Energy Systems, the dispenser is designed to make tracking fuel usage and costs easier for fleets.

Telematics ROI Beyond Fuel Savings

When fleets make a full commitment to telematics they often find countless other ways to leverage the data beyond fuel.

Figuring Out Fuel Contracts

Fuel contracts give fleets a guaranteed price over the duration of the contract. The result: easier budgeting, potential cost savings, reduced administrative time, and guaranteed supply. With careful consideration on the front end, fleets of all sizes can make fuel contracts work in their favor.