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Fleet Fuel Management

Fuel - from gasoline to diesel to alternative-fuels and electric - you can't get your truck from point A to point B without it. Managing your fuel expenses, selecting the right vehicles and fuel types, and monitoring usage are essential to effective fleet management.

Fuel Management Tips for Mixed Fleets

Shared are eight actions fleets with a variety of truck classes and fuel types can take to manage fuel costs and use better.

Does Your Fleet Need Mobile Fueling?

A fleet manager's job is to improve operations and save money. Will using a mobile fueling service help fleet managers achieve this goal? Here are three benefits of mobile fueling.

Truck Fuel Pros & Cons: Biodiesel vs. Diesel

What is biodiesel fuel? Produced from vegetable oils, the clean-burning biodiesel can be used in conventional engines with few, if any, modifications and is distributed through existing infrastructures.

Top 5 Mobile Fueling FAQs

Three mobile fuelers answer the most frequently asked questions about onsite fueling.

Gas vs. Diesel: The Bad Investment Only Fleet Managers Know About

A major point of debate in fleet management is using diesel vs. gas cars and trucks. Choosing to purchase gasoline engines instead of diesel ones for medium-duty trucks may be an unpopular decision, but it’s the right one.

What to Know Before You Choose an Alt-Fuel Vehicle

What are the pros, cons, and costs of the primary alternative-fuel options for your fleet?

How Fuel Management Can Save Dollars for Truck Fleets

Yes, they have four tires and steering wheels, just like cars. But there are some differences between trucks and cars, and those differences impact managing fuel expense.

Are Diesel Fuel Additives for You?

Diesel fuel additives can help compensate for poor quality fuel, and even make good fuel better. The question is, does your trucking operation need a fuel additive?

Making the Case for Renewable Fuels in Trucking

While truck electrification matures, renewable fuels — such as renewable diesel, natural gas, and propane autogas — are ready to make internal combustion engines greener today.

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Understanding the Power of Choice for Commercial Fleets

What is the "Power of Choice"? How does Allison Transmission help provide commercial fleets with the options they need? What's new commercial fleets need to know about? And how can Allison's variety of packages help fleets accomplish the job it sets out to do?

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