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Driving Fuel Economy

It almost goes without saying that one of the greatest challenges facing a fleet manager today is dealing with the rising cost of fuel. Controlling fuel economy can be an elusive goal. Most of our fleets are already in place; aerodynamic design, tires, and engines are already installed to help …

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Conforming to FMCSA Regulations

Driver pre and post trip inspections are an indispensable aspect of preventive maintenance. Because drivers are “in a position to detect vehicle deficiencies and refer them to maintenance for repairs,” 1 they are instrumental in ensuring that their vehicles remain in safe operating condition. The implementation of routine pre and …

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Passive, Active, or Load Bank?

All diesel engines emit particulate matter (PM)—a mixture of solid carbon, hydrocarbons (partially burned fuel and lube oil), and sulfur oxides with small amounts of ash. These emissions are byproducts of processes such as incomplete combustion of fuel, high-pressure mixture component reactions, and engine oil/oil additive combustion that, while not …

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Contingency Planning for Disrupted Electric Power

In today’s global economy, every second of business time is crucial and can represent millions of dollars in revenue. A company’s ability to recover from, or adjust easily to, planned or unexpected electric power disruption can be a vital element of its financial success and competitiveness. Power disruption comes in …

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Lowering Costs by Customizing New Commercial Vehicle Purchases

Today, truck manufacturers realize that in an increasingly competitive trucking industry, a one-size-fits-all approach to the commercial vehicle market does not adequately meet the needs of trucking operations. Consequentially, hundreds of options are available to fleet owners when selecting a new truck. In the modern marketplace, the motor carriers that …

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