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Government Fleet - January/February 2011
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In this Issue:
Elements of a Comprehensive Fuel Management Program
A well-designed fuel management program controls costs, improves driver productivity, meets regulatory requirements policy goals, and provides for the collection of essential data and production of management of information.
Incentiivizing Drivers to Conserve Fuel
Fuel is the No. 1 fleet operating expense Polk County, FL., achieved favorable results by addressing one of the main, yet overlooked sources of rising fuel consumption – the driver.
How to Calculate Technician-to-Vehicle Ratios
To properly maintain and manage a public sector fleet operation, determining the necessary ratio of technicians to vehicles is key to keeping vehicles on the road and operations running smoothly.
Pros and Cons of “Right-Sizing” Vehicles to Increase Fuel Economy
Reducing vehicle fuel consumption and advanced technology vehicles, as well as fuel reduction strategies and a Green Fleet coordinator, are some reasons the City of Seattle was recognized as the No. 1 Government Green Fleet in North America.
State of Georgia Saves More Than $500K by Reducing Fleet Expenses
After moving one-third of its 21,000-vehicle fleer to a statewide contract with Automotive Resources International (ARI), the State of Georgia has seen its administrative, repair, and maintenance costs decrease.
Town of Castle Rock Fleet Excels in Customer Service
Through use of its fleet software program, fleet advisory committee, and support of qualified staff members, the Town of Castle Rock, CO., has maintained a 95-percent customer satisfaction rating.
Ventura Uses Telematics & GPS to Improve Fleet Efficiency
After implementing GPS and vehicle diagnostic technology on several fleet vehicles the California city improved fuel economy by 10 percent, reducing idling time, and improved productivity and routing for customer service.
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Maintenance Loaders & Asphalt Equipment
Proper maintenance training, and planned service intervals are necessary to ensure proper care for pavement and asphalt equipment.
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NYC Employees Test Car Sharing
Increased Concern Over Staff Burn-Out
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