The Clean Cities Alternative Fuel Price Report is a quarterly report designed to keep Clean Cities coalitions and other interested parties up to date on the prices of alternative and conventional fuels in the United States.
It is estimated that fleets will also achieve an estimated 18% reduction in CO2 emissions and 46% reduction in NOx output when upgrading from a 2012 MY sleeper to a 2019 unit.
Fleets can see a first-year savings of $26,687 when upgrading from a 2012 sleeper to a 2019 model, based on diesel prices at $3.29. This is a 7.9% increase in savings compared with a similar analysis of upgrading to a 2017 model when diesel prices were $2.57.
Although labor issues remain a significant challenge for respondents in the National Private Truck Council's annual survey, they continued to report retention and turnover performance far better than their for-hire colleagues.
Heavy-duty truck driver and tractor-trailer driver wages and employment rates vary greatly by state.
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