By making changes to a company’s fleet toward increased sustainability, a fleet manager can expect to see significant benefits. Sustainability, in terms of fleet management, works to improve upon economic, environmental and social performance.
Lowering emissions, maintenance costs and fuel spending are the most commonly attained goals that typically lead to overall cost reduction. Taking actionable steps to go green can also improve a company’s impact on the environment while at the same time elevating their image in a way that appeals to consumers that are increasingly conscious of sustainability initiatives.
To reach their goals, a fleet manager must evaluate the various factors that contribute to their fleet’s performance. Understanding the importance of vehicle selection, fuel types and managed fuel card programs, as well as the use of telematics devices and the role driver behavior plays in efficiency are key components in developing an effective strategy.
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