Fuel economy in trucking
Drivers are a key factor in managing a vehicle’s fuel economy. The industry should reevaluate the way it recruits, trains, and compensates drivers. We are all singing the praises of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and the fact that they effectively achieve zero emissions. Fuel economy is not even in the conversation; it’s all about charging and charging infrastructure. The No. 1 factor that controls fuel economy in any vehicle is the driver. Reevaluating how we recruit, train, and compensate drivers—the most important aspect of our operations—will dramatically increase fuel economy and yield massive savings. Respect is something that is earned, and as part of any training program, fleets must focus on professionalism. Compensation and benefits are also keys to success. Here is where we can drive the behaviors that will increase safety and reduce fuel costs. Many jobs have performance-based compensation. If you want to achieve maximum fuel economy, you will need to compensate your drivers for success..
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