It’s not too late to start taking steps to improve your fleet’s fuel economy and freight efficiency. Diesel fuel prices were $4.104 the week of Feb. 28—hitting a nine-year high. We are all hoping there is a swift end to the situation in Ukraine, but for now we are faced with fuel prices that are high and likely to go higher. There are some things that require an initial cash outlay to improve efficiency, but the good news is that those investments have a decent return on investment. Aerodynamic devices on both tractors and trailers reduce drag and lead to fuel savings. Lower rolling resistance tires also are a good investment. Consider coupling those tires with tire pressure systems for even more efficiency gains. The next no-cost solution is to slow down. Governing speed at both the pedal and when the driver is using cruise control can result in significant fuel savings.
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